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southern campus 1970 published by 
the associated students of the univer- 
sity of cahfornio, los angeles. 

editor-in-chief: kristo schmidt. sports 
editor, artist, photographer, and w.c. 
fields humorist: craig m. smith, pho- 
tographer and consultant: lane wipff. 
graphic advisor: Stephen g. rustad. 
copy editors: michael r. kerley and 
charles solomon. business manager: 
lucien plauzoles. advertising and 
cover artist: bob house, senior editor: 
victoria rieber. greek editor: debbie 
ackema. organizations editor: wendy 
leong. secretary: donna vje\sz. index 
engineer: bart sokolov/. fall sports: 
lee v^alczuk and gilbert jansen. pho- 
tographers: ed greer, marvin smith, 
ron moore, jerry bagger, andrea pa- 
tay, bob young, jan fan. asucia photo- 
graphy: stan troutman, manager, 
norm schindler, asst. manager, gory 
baker, Stanley mindel, dean berkus, 
liza mcdonald, karen berkenes, shir- 
ley lee, pam patty, asucia printing 
and duplicating: art atkinson, al fish- 
er, scott, cathy, lynn, skip, et. al. 
publications office: harry morris, man- 
ager, lee monteleone, dorothy wood, 
and thegroup. printer: american year- 
book company, cover: s.k. smith-pac- 
ific, swimming photography courtesy 
of the public relations department of 
the university of utah. 

Copy on page 1 74by Terry and Renny 
Russell in On the Loose. Copyright 
©1967 by the Sierra Club, by per- 
mission of Sierra Club Books. 




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There are some thirty 
thousand of us here, with no 
comnnon mark of identification ex- 
cept the happenstance that we 
attend UCLA. Most of us buy 
books and go to classes. Some 
of us play music, or politics, or 
football. We live in dorms, and are 
'dormies'; in fraternities and are 
'irrelevant'; in apartments or at 
home, and are'commuters'. As a 
group we have nothing in common 
except that we are students: partici- 
pants in the institution; instruments 
of change or stagnation; irritants 
of government, parents, and 
selves. Quixotic idealists, bitter 
liberals, realists (whatever that is); 
thinkers and parrots. 

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DEMANDING 

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"There can be no political 
test as a condition of em- 
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— Superior Court Judge 
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freedom to assemble and 
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acceptance of dissent." 

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now a home. Center of the minority 
ethnic studies programs and or- 
ganizations, you pass itand, if you're 
white feelcuriosity — you wonder 
what happens there. Or perhqps you 
don't. But if you're black or 
brown or yellow or red, Campbell 
Hall is homebase and sanctuary on a 
campus whose predominate color 
and culture is white. You can relax, 
see brothers, talk; away from 
a world y/here you're something 
different, where guards are up 
and answers calculated. Campbell 
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tance and strength within the amor- 
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At a school where even the 
most 'at-home' student often 
finds himself secluded, the di- 
lemma of the foreign student 
population is especially acute. 
Scattered around the West Los 
Angeles area and meeting 
other students almost solely 
through the poor social medi- 
um of formal classes, the for- 
eign student often finds him- 
self isolated in a strange cul- 
ture and thrustbackupon those 
few fellow students with whom 
he can readily identify, his 
countrymen. 

This problem has been over- 
come to a considerable extent 
by the facilities and opportuni- 
ties offered by the Interna- 
tional Student Center. The ISC 
serves as a meeting ground 
where the foreign student can 
make contact with students of 
all nationalities, and through 
which he can become involved 
with the activities and prob- 
lems of the campus and the 
Los Angeles area. However, 
the isolation of the ISC build- 
ing from central campus, and 
the tendency of the adminis- 
tration and even the student 
body to view the foreign stu- 
dent as a guest rather than 
as an integral parr of the UCLA 
community, often conspire to 
make these students feel an 
alien and forgotten adjunct to 
the university. 




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coeducationol dorm living for38 years. 
Now reserved for graduate students. 

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55 



1936 Francine Becheraz, Jean Benson, Stanley 
Brown, Helene Colesie, Frank Dooley, Adele 
Gratiot, Maury Grossman, Kathryn Hertzog, Jean 
Hodkins, Thomas Lambert, CharlesLeinbach, Mar- 
jorie Lenz, James Lu Voile, Grace McGlllan, Jack- 
son Stanley, Frank Wilkinson 



1937 Jean Bordeen, Shirley Brady, Gerry Cor- 
nelius, George Dickerson, Phyllis Edwards, June 
Hallberg, Gilbert Harrison, Jack Hastings, Joan 
Hill, Delbert Hobbs, James Lash, Kathryn Mottioli, 
Arthur Murphy, Stanley Rubin, Robert Schroeder, 
Doris Word 



1938 Marvin Brensweig, Norman Borisoff, Mar- 
tha Brady, Donvel Ferguson, Georgette Foster, 
Lee Frankovich, Helen Freeman, Mary Howard, 
James Johnson, Ella Lyman, Goerge Marx, Wil- 
fred Monroe, Helen Christine Punch, Mary Ra- 
gan, Carroll Welling 



1939 Don Brown, William Brown, Everett Car- 
ter, Margaret Dumont, Florence Greene, Richard 
Hoyden, Harold Hirshon, Virginia Keim, Milton 
Kramer, Robert Londis, Dorothy McAllister, Wil- 
liam Newman, Martha Otis, Mary Pyne, John 
Rylond, Ralpho Spotts, Margaret Wilson 



1940 Alison Boswell, Milton Cohen, Frederick 
Koebig, Mary Lee, Virginia Lindsey, Mary Mc- 
Clellon, Henry McCune, George Miller, Norman 
Padgett, Richard Pryne, Frank Simons, Robert 
Streeton, Lucretia Tenney, Kenneth Washington, 
Virginia Wilkinson 



1941 James Devore, Tom Freeor, Grace Fox, 
Wolfe Gilbert, Jack Haupti, William Irvin, Wil- 
liam Kuehne, Horriet Luke, Stephen Melnyk, Carl 
McBain, Ruth Nelson, Robert Park, Ayleen Searl, 
Virginia Schmiss Roufer, Harriet Stacy, Billie 
Mae Thomas, John Vrba 



1942 Robert Alshuler, Robert Borsky, Bruce Cos- 
siday, Antonio Churchill, Frances Conrad, Marie 
Dashiell, Dorothy Dodge, Hanford Files, Marcell 
Fortier, Mary Funk, Douglas Harrison, Marjorie 
Middlemiss, Dorothy Renfro, James Rose, Jack 
Thomas, William Wilson, Hitoshi Yonemuro 



Rowings, Peggy Robertson, Barbara Sheriff 



1 946 Hannah Bloom, Jock Boyd, Robert Fischer, 
Edward Gleitsman, Dorothy Haines, Midge Hodg- 
es, Eugene Lee, Margaret Lockett, Marjorie 
Mopes, Frances Morrison, Betty Neiger, Jock 
Porter, Yosal Rogot, Robert Rogers, Robert Rus- 
sell, Margery Schieber, Ellen Sullivan, Gwen 
Symons, Jacqueline Towers 



1947 Burr Baldwin, Ernie Cose, Ruth Clark, Elea- 
nor Finch, Mary Holser, Lyn Jackson, Ken Kiefer, 
Dorothy Kimble, Richard Logon, Steve Muller, 
Richard Perry, Eleanor Robinson, Connie Rock, 
Bertram Sherwood, Ann Stern, H.M. Wommock, 
Ralph Witt 



1948 Barbara Bodley, James Davy, Kenneth 
Gallagher, Rosemary Gorman, RimoGrokowsky, 
Gloria Harrison, Robert Haves, Robert Hindle, 
Sheila Hope, Richard Hough, Shirley Jacobson, 
Alice Koestner, Raymond Maggard, Don Paul, 
Roger Riddick, John Roesch, Barbara Savory, 
James Thayer, Russ Torrey, Ernest Wolfe 



1949 Nancy Baker, Robert Berdahl, Mary Bri- 
ninger, James Cook, Jan Craig, Robert Cuyler, 
Craig Dixon, Bertram Fields, Jeanne Fisher, Ro- 
bert Greenberg, Margie Hellman, Rosemary Hen- 
derson, Grover Heyler, James Higson, Barbara 
Jewkes, William Keene, James Koenig, Gene 
Rowland, Barbara Simpson, Patricia Whitney 



1950 Barbara Abroms, Andy Anderson, Donald 
Armbruster, Donald Barrett, Bob ette Camp, Philip 
Curron, Robert Franklin, James Garst, BobHight, 
Kathleen Holser, Ernest Johnson, Kenneth Karst, 
Louise Kosches, David Leanse, Frank Loy, Sherrill 
Luke, Irwin Rickel, Frank Tennant, Jocquelyn 
Wagoner, Walter Whitaker, Dorothy Wright 



1951 Baldwin Baker, Stan Bermon, Joy Bullord, 
Dorothy Crawford, Herb Flam, Gene Frumkin, 
Howard Hanson, Frank Hewitt, Bedio Jamil, Bud 
Jones, Rodger Karrenbrock, Margaret Kester, 
Mary Anno Muckenhirn, Fred Nelson, Lou Sac- 
kin, George Seelig, Ed Sheldrake, George Stan- 
ich, Bob Strock, Morshall Vorkink, Harold Watkins, 
Char Weiss 



1943 Patricia Darby, Jane Ecklund, William Far- 
er, Anne Gillespie, Osceola Herron, Margaret 
Karl, Daniel Lee, Jock Lescoulie, Steward Mc- 
Kenzie, John Singlaub, Leslie Swabocker, James 
Wallace, Robert Weil, Mary Welch, Elizabeth 
Whitfield 



1944 Charles Bailey, Willard Beling, Bob Cool- 
ing, Leon Cooper, Betty Dobbs, Janet Dunn, 
Gloria Forquor, Helen Hailey, Marian Hargrove, 
Robin Hickey, Virginia Hogoboom, Charlotte 
Klein, Anne Koppelman, Alviro McCarthy, Jean 
McDonald, Margaret McHoffie, Virginia McMur- 
roy, Horry Pregerson, Jane Rigger sbocher, Peggy 
Shedd, Jane Wollerstedt, Barbara Welch, Virginia 
Wellons 



1952 Morcio Borie, Nancy Brown, Joyce Burn, 
John Chandler, Chris Christensen, Jim Davis, 
Herb Furth, Danny Gallivan, Peter Grab er. Chuck 
Griffin, Dove Hanson, Pot Peter Hordwick, Vic 
Hochee, Ed Hummel, Dick Leonard, GeorgeMair, 
Pete Mann, Hal Mitchell, Bob Myers, Dove Nel- 
son, Harry Sherman, Fred Thornley, Morcio Tuck- 
er, Julie Weisstein 



1953 Robert Baker, Beverly Baldwin, Harry Bris- 
sacher. Rue Corey, Doris Dolfer, Irv Goldring, 
Bill Holland, Joan Meyersieck, Tom Mintz, Benton 
Minor, Donn Moomow, Jean Nelson, Bill Roberts, 
Marty Rosen, Bob Salin, Dick Schenk, Dick Stein, 
Liz Stern, June Tanner, Jock Weber, Jean Wilcox, 
Richard Wiike 



1945 Jean Bauer, Patricio Campbell, Anita 
Chester, Julio Colyer, Patricia Cooper, Frank 
Foellmer, Sieglinde Henrich, Donald Hitchcock, 
Neal Hospers, Robert Joffie, Harlond Johnson, 
Myrick Land, Jean Lapp, Helene Light, Barbara 
Milliken, Royle Polca, Hershel Peak, Margaret 
Ramsey, William Rankin, Frieda Rapoport, Mary 



1954 Brent Bowen, Steve Clomon, Basil Cly man, 
Janice Cushing, Diane Donoghue, Janet Hale, 
Jean Hunt, Patricio Koenekomp, Lewis Leeburg, 
Ronald Livingston, Sharon McLean, Robert Noga- 
moto, Jerry Nagin, Ronald Patterson, Eleanor 
Peterson, Bruce Rice, Robert Seizer, Bernard Se- 
gal, Majeed Sheraidah, Ernie Stockert, Lucille 
Langdon Townley, Marilyn Vale, M.E. Vogel 



Deborah Berger 

Department Scholar 
Colloquium Executive Board 
NSA Delegate 

Mark Bookman 

Student Welfare Committee 
University Policies Commission 
Undergraduate Administrative Vice President 

Nick Brestoff 

HENAC 

Ecology Council 
Daily Bruin 

Marc I a Brown 

Nommo Editor 
NSA Delegate 
Advisory Council to President Hitch 

Cheryl Burch 

Student Educational Policies Commission 

Rer\ewa\ 

Nommo 

Kenyon Chan 

Communications Board 
Student Judicial Board 
Tutorial Project 

TonI Cook 

SLC General Representative 
Communications Board 
Hi Potential Program 



1955 Donald Bragg, Robert Brewster, Richard 
Byrne, Mary Cook, Jean Diether, Darlene Dwyer, 
Norman Epstein, Marianne Gorard, Al Green- 
stein, David Hart, Nancy Ishizoki, Norman Jacobs, 
Bernard Nebenzahl, Mono McTaggart, Ralpha 
Melaragno, Curt Owen, John Peterson, Gene 
Preston, Ruth Reiter, Jeanne Ross, Bonnie Shru- 
bar, Barbara Taylor 



1956 Richard Borun, Joyce Closen, Charles 
Decker, Irv Drasnin, Susanne Eggleston, Claronn 
Johnson, William Ketteringham, Suzanne Leo- 
nordson, Jerry Lewis, David Lund, James Luter, 
Pierre Mornell, Louis Nevell, Edward Peck, Ron- 
ald Pengilly, Gail Rising, Vivian Robinson, Marty 
Sklar, Robert Stein, Betsey Warwick 



1957 Donald Atherton, Mina Balls, Edward 
Baum, Donald Choteloin, Joseph Colmenares, 
John Drapeau, Fredric Halperin, Stanley Hughes, 
Willord Johnson, Lois Kenison, Kathe Knope, Al- 
lan Lasher, Richard Levin, Norman Ollestad, 
David Pierson, Sue Pittmon, Tonya Ross, Malcolm 
Smith, Gary Walls, Barbara Webb, Michael Wolf- 
son, Rosemary Wooldridge 



1958 Christopher Breiseth, Anthony Brubaker, 
Donnelle Clemensen, Patricia Coltrin, Ronald 
Duba, DeAnne Field, Marilyn George, Dave 
Gorton, Joy Johnson, Richard Kitzrow, Gerald 
Measer, John Michelmore, Robert Neilson, Carlo 
Rausch, Marcia Rothstein, Robert Seaman, James 
Smith, Elaine Solomon, Irving Stolberg, Carolyn 
Thomas, Marilyn Traiger, Richard Wilbur, Kothy 
Work 



1959 Ann Artman, Alan Charles, Judy Ellis, 
Mike Flood, Dick Galitz, Jim Gerhort, Howard 
Harrison, DickHirsh, Rofer Johnson, Ken Kennedy, 
Don Long, Lou Miranda, Jim Newcom, Ted Paul- 
son, Angela Scellors, Sue Skiles, Bob Takeuchi, 
Caryl Volkmann, Susan Volkmonn, Dick Wallen, 
Lew Weitzmon, Tom Welch 



1960 Loise Ano Nuevo, Dan Axe I rod. Gory Bam- 
berg, Larry Benningson, Bob Billings, Sharon 
Caplow, Linda Constantion, Steve Fenster, Gary 
Foster, Pete Gamer, Mike G leas on, Jerri Johnson, 
Martin Kosindorf, Bennett Kerns, KentLewis, Dave 
Lilly, Ordell Margolin, Bob Morriss, Sue Morse, 
Priss Pohlmann, Sheran Reilly, Lyric Robinson, 
Sharon Schuchet, Art Spander, Nancy Sproul, 
Monique Llry, Russ Wylie 



1961 Carl Baar, Horry Baldwin, Pat Barnes, Sue 
Bennett, Jerry Bowles, Stu Brown, Al Buckner, 
Lois Felnberg, Jim Fiedler, Allen Fox, Rich Hirsch, 
Cory Holmon, Brian Kniff, Jim Kurtz, PotMcNees, 
Willette Murphy, Mel Najorian, Sally Richardson, 
Chuck Rossie, Marshall Segal, Ron Silverman, 
Skip Smith, Roy Smith, Bill Sorge, Joel Wochs, 
Duane Wills 



1962 Gary Adams, Lindy Boer, Pete Blackmon, 
Carl Burnett, Ann Drumm, Diane Farrow, Sandy 
Feiger, Susan Garth, Walt HowoJd, Linda Joslyn, 
Jean Kolonsky, Sheila Kuehl, Al Leonard, Kothy 
Murphy, Lindsey Nielson, Craig Palmer, Barbara 
Pawlowski, Russ Serber, Earl Sinks, Bobby Smith, 
Jim Stiven, Janet Welch, Jon Wilson, Sara Wylie, 
PatYee 



1 963 Kermit Alexander, Gwenda Boydston, Bar- 
bara Coleen, Gerry Corrigan, Jerry Chaleff, Ann 
Densmore, Bob Greenfield, Corky Gelfan, Bob 
Kay, Sherry Kaufman, Jim Mohoney, Linda Mc- 



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John Donaldson Paul Kaplow 



HENAC 

CASE 

Coalition 



Sigmo Pi Sigma President 
NSF Grant Recipient 
Task Force on Teaching 



Carmen Fields Odell Lee 



Education Abroad Program 
Department Schiolar 



CED 

Woodrow Wilson Scholarship 

Bruin Veterans 



Shahrokh Hajian Ginger Lew 



Iranian Student Club President 
International Student Center 



Vicki Harris 

UniCamp Director 

Cal Club 

Campus: Tomorrow Chairman 

Greg Jones 

UCLA Varsity Football 
NCAA Scholarship Recipient 



Michael Kahn 

Communications Board 
Student Judicial Board 
58 Professor Evaluation Booklet 



Residence Hall Service 

Tutorial Project 

Washington Internship Program 

Jane Meier 

Mortar Board President 
Campus: Tomorrow 
AWS Executive Board 

Tom Normington 

Student Body President 
Commissioner of Student Welfare 
Registration Fee Committee Chairman 

Michael Phelps 

Department Scholar 
Tau Beta Phi President 
Department Advisory Council 



Crea, Richard Millard, Steve Mooser, Janet Neol, 
Frank Nyulassy, Patti Pippen, Ezell Singleton, 
Terry Vavra, Don Vena, Ritchie Verhagen, Don 
Wells, Nancy Wollmer, Chuan Wwang Yang 



1964 Joan Anderson, Judy Burns, John Carter, 
Bobby Cohn, Tim Cunningham, Jim Dohlgren, 
Hope Ehrlich, Lynn Foster, Phil Friedman, Ray 
Goldstone, Dave Jensen, Mark Leicester, Dave 
Lowenstein, CharlesMoffitt, Steve Robbins, Nancy 
Rockoff, Rondo Rubel, Horry Shearer, Joan Twi- 
ford. Bob Weeks, Dick Weisbart, Mitsuko Yoshi- 
oka, Katherine Zeller 



1965 Larry Biegel, Jerry Brown, Thomas Camp- 
bell, Al Chozen, Sue Fawn Chung, Jeff Donfield, 
Dennis Dordigon, Larry Goldstein, Gail Good- 
rich, Candy Ham, Pom Johnson, Dick Lemon, 
Gerri Logan, Bernd Mendenhall, Prentice 
O'Leary, Judy Oliver, Candy Pope, David Reed, 
Al Rothstein, Frank Sarnquist, Nancy Schellman, 
Fred Slaughter, David Taggert, Toddy Todd, 
Jeanne Norris Vidal, Evan Williams 



1966 Ruth Anson, Arthur Ashe, Mary Baker, 
Margie Blatt, Al Erdynast, Robert Glasser, Judy 
Jaffe, William Krouch, Barry Leventhal, Doug 
Mcintosh, Ken Meyer, Michael Mussa, Brendo 
Nelson, Bryon Nelson, Chris Ohison, Ruth Ann 
Quick, Nancy Schellman, Heidi Stengel, Tom 
Sandor, Joyce Taylor, Michael Zell, Kay Zim- 
merman 



1967 Dennis Antenore, Ray Armstrong, Gale 
Barsamian, Lenny Borer, Solveig Bugge, Dave 
Clark, Mike Douglas, Dean Dueike, Irwin Dutcher, 
Chris Emerson, Jim Evans, Larry Higby, Roger 
Howard, Ron Javor, Judy Leslie, Art Levine, 
Chris Marshall, Dexter McNamara, Bob Michaels, 
Judy Ondrasik, Perry Oretzky, Jim Perisho, Ann 
Rieber, Al Wiesblott, Larry Weise, Jon Wolfson, 
Len Unger 



1968 April Anson, Anita Ares, Gary Beban, 
Judy Carr, Sue Chanter, Rosalind Davis, Ron 
Deutsch, FayGormly, Da I las G rider, Aaron Grun- 
feld, Leslie Harbottle, Laurie Harris, James Hiet- 
brink, Vera Micic, Gale Philips, Pam Pinnell, 
Stephana Roth, Timothy Shaftel, Virginia Stahl, 
Linda Standridge, Diana Stenen, Harold Tinberg, 
Robert Vernon, Lisa Victor, Mike Warren, Russell 
Webb, Kurt Zimmerman 



1969 Lew Alcindor, John Anderson, Earl Avery, 
Carol Gilbert, Linda Goldenber, Harold Griffin, 
Kenneth Heitz, Skip Johnson, Andrew Kador, 
Joann Kashiki, Rodolph Lowy, Glenn Leichmann, 
Reynaldo Macios, Rosolio Munoz, Marsha Mc- 
Gaugh, Doug Neilsson, Peggy Nelson, William 
Pennington, Lucien Plauzoles, Richard Rosenbluth, 
Joseph Rubinstein, Audrey Teren, Carolyn Webb, 
Judy Wood 




Gunilla Ramell 

Washington Internship Progrann 

Phi Beta Kappa 

Phi Sigma Alpha 

Bruce Richardson 

Department Scholar 

English Club President 

Department Advisory Council 

Kris Samuelson 

Project India 
ASUCLA Film Commission President 



Virginia Stevenson 

Department Scholar 
Department Advisory Council 



Kathy Stout 



Undergraduate First Vice President 
AWS Reorganization 



Larry Weinstein 

Student Educational Policies Commission 

Lecture Task Force 
Freshman CED Program 59 



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For years a sort of sand box where 
student politics could build harmless 
mock-ups of the administrative empires 
they hoped to carve someday in the 
real world, student government 
has begun to constructively exert itself. 
Casting aside the traditional role of in- 
sular and non-effective legislatorwithin 
the administrative structure of the Univer- 
sity, Student Legislative Council has begun 
to trade upon its position as representative 
of the undergraduate student body to 
gain a forum for student views not repre- 
sented by State or University administrations, 
or by the radical 'polarizers' on 
the other side. 
In speaking out on issues ranging from 
Angela Davis to tuition, SLC has given the 
student body a voice which the responsible 
media must report as an effective con- 
trast to the people with the bullhorns — 
whoever they may be. However, incon- 
fronting the administration and the state with 
a representative but non-conciliatory stu- 
dent voice, SLC has opened itself to the 
attack being made upon all vocal 
student institutions — in this year when 

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CRISIS CENTER 



Every year the tension at exam time gets a little 
worse. The 'real world' views your pain with indif- 
ference at best, and few ever even know about that 
private anguish that drives you to a mindless panic. 
Everyone is caught in the academic cramming— too 
busy to listen to personal woes. Nobody cares — and 
it's your whole life. 

RECC is designed to keep the world in its proper 
perspective at a time when reality can become 
distinctly distorted. There are people here to listen 
to anything you have to say ... or leave you alone 
if that's what you want. There are games if you 
don't want to study; couches if the only way out 
now is to go to sleep and forget the whole thing. 

A little effort to ease your pain: that's the Relax- 
ation Examination Crisis Center. Each quarter during 
finals week the Upstairs offers whatever respite 
possible from the tensions and turmoils of groveling 
for the ever-mighty grade. 





ERIMENTAL 
COLLEGE 



To many people much of University 
life is irrelevant. Many courses, par- 
ticularly the required ones, seem 
meaningless. The Experimental College 
is attempting to combat that feeling. 
All you need for a class is an idea and 
a few people interested in it. Get the 
people together. Make up a list of 
things to read or hear or see. Discuss. 
The Experimental College: do-it-your- 
self relevance. 




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RELEVANCE IS A MATT 




ER OF PERSONALTASTE 




Liasion Corps 

For the modern students, a dilettantish interest in 
changing the university is o social necessity. Relevant, 
meaningful, and viable are terms as vital to the "con- 
cerned student" as 23 skidoo and the cat's pajamas 
were to the sheiks and shebas of the '20's. This con- 
cerned interest rarely amounts to anything beyond 
contributing the appropirate cliches at "rap sessions". 
The university is left to struggle by itself through an 
embrangled morass of ideas, traditions, theories, and 
opinions. 

Amid this plethora of superficiality there are some 
serious efforts being made. The members of the Student 
Educational Policy Commissionarev^orkingas volunteers 
in a program of hard, often unglamorous, and nearly 
always unpublicized work. The alteration of the breadth 
requirements in the College of Letters and Sciences is 
an example of the committee's efforts. 

SEPC is organized to work for reform and improve- 
ment at three levels: class, department, and campus. 
On the class level there are two reform organs: the 
Creative Teaching Information center and the Lecture 
Task Force. The Creative Teaching Information Center 
is just that; a repository of information on teaching in- 
novations, available to any student or faculty member. 
If the information at hand is insufficient, more will be 
supplied by library research and/or inter campus cor- 
respondence. Any professor wishing to improve his 
courses can seek help from the Lecture Task Force. 
Among the services it provides are course evaluation, 
researching appropriate innovations, and assisting in 
instituting these innovations. 

The Llniversity Action Council works for reform at 
the departmental level by developing departmental stu- 
dent organizations. Its basic methods are idea sharing 
and limited funding. Group activities range from sug- 
gestions on curricula reform to arrangement of faculty- 
student gatherings. 

The campus-wide reforms ore undertaken by a two- 
part program. After careful research, proposals are for- 
mulated by the Academic Research Council. The Liaison 
Corps works with appropriate administrators to secure 
its passage. Currently the subjects of much discussion 
are four broad proposals for changes In the under- 
graduate education at UCLA. These proposals were sub- 
mitted to the Academic Senate last spring and were 
rejected, except part of *2. Undaunted, the members 
of SEPC are still working for their acceptance. 



STUDENT 




POLICY 




Academic Research Council and University Action Council 

The first proposal is a course-load reduction, from 
four to three classes per quarter, to be linked with the 
establishment of many undergraduate seminars. Re- 
action to this proposal has been quite favorable. Pro- 
ponents state that fewer courses would result in a shar- 
per focus of student energy and interest with less frag- 
mentation. The seminars, it is argued, would lead to 
better student-faculty relations and encourage critical and 
responsible thought in the student during his earlier 
years at the university. 

The second proposal has already been partially 
incorporated into the university. Students In the College 
of Letters and Sciences now have some options in ful- 
filling their breadth requirements. In the three areas 



outside of their major, students may take three courses 
in each, or seven courses in one areas and one course 
in each of the others, or seven in one and two in one 
other. This program offers an opportunity for something 
more than a superficial introduction to matters outside 
the major field of interest. 

Another part of this proposal, still under discussion, 



proposal's future is uncertain. 

The final proposal concerns the establishment of a 
three-quarter freshman program focusing around a dis- 
cussion of higher education. This program would be 
run experimentally for 150 freshmen and, if successful, 
would later be open to all freshmen. The first quarter 
would be devoted to discussions of the interrelation- 




is the reduction of the foreign language requirement 
from five quarter courses to three. There are three 
basic reasons given for this reduction: (1) that foreign 
languages are best learned at the primary level, (2) 
that a foreign language is rarely used by those not 
going on to graduate school, and (3) that the foreign 
language program fails in its purpose of promoting 
intercultural understanding. Opponents argue that this 
reduction would de-emphasize language to the point 
of " "high school' proficiency". UCLA, they state, would 
then have "the weakest foreign language require- 
ment ... of any major university on the west coast." 
The third proposal, extension of the pass/not pass 
option to all courses except upper division courses in 
the student's major, has met with mixed reactions. Pro- 
ponents argue that grades are arbitrary and inaccurate, 
and that they tend to become the student's objectives 
rather that learning and understanding. Opposition cen- 
ters around the question of admission to graduate 
school. Supporters of the proposal counter with the 
facts that only about one half of the students go on to 
graduate school, and that some graduate schools have 
expressed approval of this plan. At this writing this 



Freshman Orientation 
Seminar Program 

Leaders 

ships of the students, the university, and society, and 
the significance of various campus groups. The second 
quarter would center around the nature of the educa- 
tional process and the student-university relationship. 
This quarter would also include an examination of the 
areas of the College of Letters and Sciences, both their 
natures and the opportunities therein. During the third, 
optional, quarter the student would prepare a paper 
on something pertaining to some aspect or role of the 
university, e.g. an in-depth analysis of the affects an 
on-campus cyclotron has on the nature and develop- 
ment of the physics department, or an extensive re- 
search study into the factors that have kept UCLA com- 
paratively riot-free. 

If the university is to survive it must change with 
the times. From all sides we are told that it cannot 
remain a static institution. But change is difficult to 
effect in the world of bureaucracy. If change is to be 
meaningful and lasting it must also be responsible and 
brought about by responsible means. Amidst the tangle 
of dilettantism and occasional violence, SEPC is work- 
ing for intelligent change by rational means. Theirs 
is not an easy task but it is a vital one. 




Lecture Task Force 79 




TEEN 
OPPORTUNITIES 





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In the two years since its inception, 
the Teen Opportunities Program has 
provided a direct Hnk between UCLA 
and the youth in the Mexican American 
community. It has become the avenue 
for hundreds of Chicano youths from 
throughout Los Angeles County and 
Southern California to enter bothUCLA 
and other state colleges and univer- 
sities. 

The mission of the Teen Opportuni- 
ties Program has been to make known 
to underprivileged barrio youth the nu- 
merous opportunities which are open to 
them in higher education, while si- 
multaneously attempting to raise the 
aspirations and motivational level of 
these youth toward the University. 

The role of TOP in bringing the Chi- 
cano student into the mainstreamofour 
University educative process has been 
vital not only in that it has served as 
a vehicle for recruitment, but also as it 
has become a model for the recruit- 
ment and selection phasesof the Special 
Education Programs for minority stu- 
dents at UCLA. 

Chicano Leadership Conferences 
aim at bringing together Chicano high 
school students from throughout the 
county, away from the inhibiting pres- 
sures and tensions of the barrios, so as 
to provide a forum where community 
issues of importance to the youth may 
be examined and discussed by them. 
It has been found by minority college 
recruitment programs thatbarrio youth 
must first gain a higher degree of self- 
esteem and confidence before attempt- 
ing to try for college special education 
programs. Through the camp program 
and the work being done in the barrio, 
that needed confidence is being instilled 
and cultivated. 

The camp program has also signifi- 
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intergroup relations among Chicane 
youths who come from rival barrios and 
schools. Problems in this area have 
been and continue to be a major source 
of tension in mostChicanocommunities. 

A new dimension of TOP, recently 
developed as a result of suggestions 
and requests of community youthsfrom 
the Pico Gardens area, has been the 
sponsorship of unorganized hardcore 
barrio groups. A barrio house, ""La 
Casa de Carnalismo," has been es- 
tablished, and it is providing a labora- 
tory for community involvement in 
neighborhood affairs and the training 
ground for young indigenous leaders 
seeking solutions to the problems en- 
demic to the barrio. This training pro- 
cess is being conducted through the 
establishment of a Youth Council which 
governs the barrio house. 

In the two years of its existence, the 
Teen Opportunities Program hasgrown 




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into one of the most vitol and impor- 
tant projects dealing with barrio youth 
in East Los Angeles. Although the pro- 
gram's basic mission was to recruitand 
counsel candidates for university mi- 
nority programs, thecommunity broad- 
ened the scope and dimension of the 
program by relating to the University 
those problem areas needing attention 
in order to regenerate the interest of 
barrio youth in all levels of education. 

The establishment of the barrio 
house has provided the catalyst for a 
new educational experiment through 
the use of Chicano history, art, music, 
and cultural classes. 

The work that has been done by this 
project is being acknowledged by com- 
munity leaders as one of the most im- 
portant endeavors conceived by con- 
cerned students, who have responded 
to the needs of their community by 
implementing their academic training 
and channeling student idealism into 
instruments of positive change. 





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From broken, over-crowded homes 

With mixed emotions 

Individuals, suspicious 

Of everything and everyone. 

What is theirs is theirs alone: 

They do not share. 

To loan is to give away, 

To borrow is to steal. 

They fight, they cuss, they argue, 

Over something — over nothing. 

They're outwardly tough, 

And confused inside. 

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Sure that in a week 
They'll alter the patterns of a lifetime. 
"In come the kids — delinquent- 
Out they'll go civilized." 
The frustration of failure is soon. 
The realization that you are ineffective 

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The Arts . . . color, sound, the spoken 
and written word. From on exhibition of 
traditional Japanese wood block lith- 
ography, to concerts, plays and dance 
and mime troups, the University, through 
the Student Committee for the Arts, presents 
programs which bind students and the 
Los Angeles community in a rare to- 
getherness over the arts. In the presenta- 
tion of such diverse performers as Ray 
Charles, Julien Bream and Alirio Diaz, 
the University has made itself the cul- 
tural center for Los Angeles' affluent west 
side. Unfortunately, the favorable notice 
that this influence brings with it does 
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At a time when the University seems 
increasingly separated from the community 
that surrounds and financially supports it, 
events like the UCLA Open House are vitally 
necessary if those outside the University are 
to understand its functions and needs. Lured 
to Open House by the promise of moon 
rocks, films, and graphic demonstrations, the 
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The Associated Students of the University of CaNfornia 
at Los Angeles, through its Communications Board, finances 
and oversees five pubMcations— The Daily Bruin 
(newspaper), Southern Campus (yearbook), Sof/r (humor 
magazine), Nommo (black student nev/spaper) and 
Westwind (literary magazine). While the quality of these 
publications waxes and wanes as interest and talent 
shift, the questioning process over the role, func- 
tioning and necessity of the various publications is con- 
stant. Recently, this questioning has taken on a new tone, 
as institutions outside the University have sought to 
exert influence or restrictions on these essentially internal 
publications. The extent to which they ore successful 
will determine the extent to which the University's stu- 
dent publications are no longer valid — or student. 





The University is under attack. Politics in America in 1970 decrees that for both 
ideological and practical reasons the University become a focal point for the vituperation 
of both left and right; their easy-to-hit-ot symbol of "what's wrong with America." As the 
University's most obvious and public voice, student publications have attracted a heavy 
share of this criticism. On one side, there have been calls to 'radicalize' student pub- 
lications, to make them integral and effective parts of the 'Movement'— whatever that 
movement happens to be at that part of time. On the other, editors have been fired 
or forced out, publications suspended and calls for official censorship raised at levels 
ranging from the community to the federal government. 

The University of California has been no exception. Though its publications have 
managed to maintain their independence up to this time, pressure has been applied 
and threats openly made in attempts to guide editorial policy in one favored direction 
or another. 

In 1968 Regent John Canady requested an investigation by the Special Commission 
on the Campus Press to assess what he and other members of the Board of Regents 
considered to be "obscene" and "pornographic" content, and "leftist" editorial control 
of campus publications. These allegations received no support in the report returned by 
the Commission, and Canady subsequently attacked the report on the grounds that it 
"deals in generalities, and does not go to the heart of the questions raised in the reso- 
lution which brought its appointment." 

Political pressure is only one part of the problem confronting student publications. 
Student apathy, financial cuts, and the desire of radical groups to turn these publications 



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into house organs for their own organizations, or to at least be immune from criticism, 
all ploy their part. 

Those who see history in terms of a pendulum, predict that the United States, re- 
covering from a swing to the political left during the sixties, will swing sharply to the 
right in this next decade. In these terms, the men of the left hope to arrest, even reverse, 
this swing. When political and ideological battles arise, one of the first mediums to be 
attacked is the uncontrolled press. 

There are many good arguments for a free student press; so many, in fact, that attempts 
to stifle this institution generally pay lip service to those arguments, using self-defined 
words like "responsibility" and "truth" to explain away attempts at censorship or take- 
over. Real words used as euphemisms quickly lose all semblance of reality. 

It is a very real possibility that the free University press will fall victim to the tense 
political climate which now prevails in the state of California. Its enemies are many, 
powerful and loud. Its advocates are vilified as "liberals," the dirtiest word among 
political activists of all persuasions. If this should happen; if the now independent Univer- 
sity publications are closed down or forced to become propaganda sheets or non-offensive 
trivia broadcasters, by the currents of political warfare being carried to the campuses; 
the University will have lost one of its most effective means of education to the real 
world, and one of the benchmarks of its integrity. The fate of student publications at 
the University over the next few years will serve as an accurate index of the ultimate 

fate of the University itself. 

—Michael R. Kerley 



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Charged with the dual tasks of 

resurrection and regeneration; be- 

seiged by rabbits, fruit flys and an 

occasional groupie; and desiring 

to vindicate themselves before 

their march north to Berkeley, other 



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of Satyr did not have an easy 
tin.e of it. Finding the production of 
normal humor such as parody 
and satire difficult in o time when 
unconscious examples of such fill 
the daily newspapers, Satyr people 
turned to political commentary 
in an effort to sell maga zines and 
arouse the governor . . . (sorry, 

Michael). 

More in disgust than dismay, 
he editors meandered north to found 

the first molotov frisbee factory 

and become the military-industrial 

complex of the revolution. 




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Sotyr perlustrates the campus moil 

-f-bulates all resident gnostics 

ond advises the President on the Su- 

-enan problem. Satyr programs 
ULE and counts to immanent 

fronscendentols by twos. Satyr is 

solely responsible for mainten- 

once of the entropy of fourth-order 

metageometric continuums. Satyr is 

° ^^°"t" organization for the ecu- 
n^enical division on the BPOE. 

Satyr is currently plotting the de- 
.^7^'°; °^ ^^« ---e, or, as one 
-n rep.ci staffer has it. "Armageddon 

out of here!" Despite this mon- 
-mental task, staffers assemble 
at Beltrane and odd times, enter 
'nto metathesis, and carminate 
mightily overnight, producing a 

humor magazine to rival the Struth- 

'omimius in pulchritude and 

profundity. 



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Norman Doust, Bernie Mitcfiell, Carole Knaul. Not pictured: Tony Press, and various others. 




ke Hagler, Program Director and Mike Winston, Assistont Director. 



Lance Ferguson, General Manager. 




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"Hot Zeno Cools Stanford" 
read the five-column headline 
over the Daily Bruin's lead front- 
page story of October 5, 1964; 
and stuck over in the left-hand 
corner of the page was a much 
smaller wire service story with 
the headline: "Students End Sit- 
ins, Okay Six Point Pact." The 
story told how 400 Berkeley stu- 
dents, led by a 21 -year-old phi- 
losophy major named Mario 
Savio, surrounded a university 
police car for eight hours to pre- 
vent the arrest of a non-student 
political activist. 

Neither the Daily Bruin editors, 
nor anyone else for that matter, 
could have realized the real sig- 
nificance of that story. For the 
next two months the Daily Bruin's 



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editors would put a muchgreater 
deal of emphasis on such tradi- 
tional college fare as homecom- 
ing, football games and Greek 
news than they would on thebirth 
of the student revolt of the '60's. 

Two months later over 800 stu- 
dents were arrested for refusing 
to leave Berkeley's Sproul Hall 
and gradually homecoming, foot- 
gall games and Greek news 
would have to relenquish priority 
to the more complex and more 
explosive issues which were be- 
ginning to affectthe nations' cam- 
puses. 

It has been more than five 
years since the Free Speech 
Movement rocked the Berkeley 
campus, and what we have seen 




BUSINESS STAFF-,Row 
Cathy Youpg, Linda Hubbard, 
Chris Higgs, Janet Gimbel. 
Row 2: Betty DaDurka, Dennis 
Hamel, Pat Wotts, Steve Adair, 
Dorian Hunt. Row 3k Dave 
Anduri, Grover Gentry, Andy 
Reichline, Anne Myron, Cathy 
Zogby, Dorothy Wood, Rodger 
Farrell, Lee Monteleone, John 
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STAFF — Front — Alison Cross, Todd 
Carter. Row 2 — Phil Sovenick, Paul 
Pan, Narda Trout. Row 3 — Cherif 
Ayoub, David Dornlas, Susan Coch- 
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since then makes the vv/hole affair 
seem simple and almost innocent 
by comparison. The long and 
fruitless war in Vietnam, theChi- 
cago convention, SDS and the 
SDS Weathermen, People's Park, 
and the shooting deaths of two 
black students at UCLA last year 
have forced the college press 
to play a different role from the 
one it performed during the 
Eisenhower era. The campus 
press today cannot merelyserve 
as a bulletin board of social ac- 
tivities,- it cannot merely editor- 
ialize on bookstore discounts or 
the quality of cheerleaders as it 
usually did in 1 964. 

It is a lot to ask of students 
who are essentially amateur 
journalists, and in the past year 
we have often fallen short of 
what we should have expected 
of ourselves. There were times 
when we analyzed situations in- 
correctly; there were timeswhen 




STAFF — Row 1— Louise Kriegsman, 
Jeffery Perlman, City Editor, Rich- 
ard Kwan. Row 2 — Cherif Ayoub, 
Joan Weinstein, Jeff Weber, 
Charles Solomon, Charlotte Vroo- 
man, Deborah Ashin, Gerald Mor- 
ris, Meg Dotseth. 



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SPORTS-Buddy Epstein, Jim Bow, 
Charles Solomon, Steve Wong, 
Carl La Fong, John Sondbrook. 



we misinterpreted facts or failed 
to present all of the facts; and 
there were times when we judged 
situations without sufficient evi- 
dence. Inotherwords, therewere 
times last year when we could 
have done better. 

The Daily Bruin has to serve a 
number of functions. It still must 
serve the bulletin board func- 
tion of announcing various 
events, however, it must also 
attempt to educate the students 
to those issues which the editors 
consider significant; it must ful- 
fill its role as a political institu- 
tion by commenting on those 
issues of significance and by at- 
tempting to force change in the 
University where change is 
deemed necessary; and it must 
serve as a forum for the entire 
University community, barring 
no faction from its pages. 

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Morgoret Lombert, Cotherine Zogby, Brenda Hansen, Melindo Alpough, Linda McNeil, Alfred 
Jonathan King. Not pictured: Howard Joroslovsky, Andrew Reichline, Robert Cherry, Peggy 
Kathy Johnson, Patricia Mingus, Lucille Farber, Robert Peterson, Ronald Inmon, Anthony Skirl 
Donald Krintzman, Martin Mould, Gary Bothum, Charles Jones. 



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Another world, once the only world. 
Beat S.C.!!! We're Number One!!! WE- 
all of us — WON! The big band: brass,; 
drums, shakos, and a drum major who 
struts as though he just stepped on a 
stone fish. The cheerleaders: no gym- 
nastics for us (that's how they keep 
warm in the midwest), we're funny. 
Spirit ... is ... a spectator, peace 
symbol on lapel, yelling "Kill!". A cutie- 
pie song girl with teaser skirts. Kelp. 
Spi r it ... is ... the Athletic Depart- 
ment. The alumni. And voter prestigefor 
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Homecoming didn't. 
So we tried Bruin Week — 
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of Roquel Welch. 
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participate in the UCLA Intramural Sports Program which provides 48 c 
ferent mens', womens', and coeducational activities. 

"Sports play a major role in campus life at UCLA," explains Normi 
P. Miller, University Recreation Coordinator. "The intercollegiate program 
designed to provide the best in spectator interest and in performance oppc 
tunity by the very highly skilled male athlete. The Intramural Sports Prograt 
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Dove Katz, Wayne Freeman. Standing: Bob 
Simmons, Vidos Katilius, Doug "Wolfman" Hobbs,. 
Cary Fox. 



GARY'S WONDERS' SEASON RECORD 

GARY'S WONDERS 120 SNAKES 
GARY S WONDERS 155 B-FLATS 
GARY'S WONDERS 108 LA MANCHA 



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GARY'S WONDERS 40 MEDICAL SCHOOL 37 

GARY'S WONDERS 137 GRAMITS 16 

GARY'S WONDERS 90 EFFETE SNOBS 21 

GARY'S WONDERS 98 AFROTC I 11 

GARY'S WONDERS 53 SNORTERS 44 

GARY'S WONDERS 54 RED SHIRTS 45 

GARY'S WONDERS 50 CLEAR LIGHT 41 

GARY'S WONDERS 66 REAM LURKS 40 










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Back in 1962, when I was a freshman at Greenhills High School in Ohio, I clipped 
a picture of UCLA's song girls from a national magazine. It was about the time UCLA's 
football team had upset number one ranked Ohio State 9-7, in the Coliseum. 

The Bruins only won three more games in 1962, and finished fifth in the old AAWU 
conference, but they and the pretty song girls had won my sports-crazy heart. 

On July 1, 1963, J.D. Morgan became UCLA's Athletic Director. During the seven 
years since then, the Bruins have won nine NCAA team championships— in basketball 
(1965-65-67-68-69-70), tennis (1965), track (1966), and water polo (1969)-and two Na- 
tional Collegiate titles in volleyball. 

The song girls are still pretty, but the Bruins, in any sport, are rarely underdogs. 

In the fall of 1969, the UCLA water polo team was undefeated and won the Pacific- 
8 and NCAA Championships. The football team lost only one game and was ranked 
throughout the season in the nation's top ten. Coach Dennis Storer's soccer team lost a 



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single match, by a single goal, in the NCAA Regional Tournament. 

As the winter quarter ended, the UCLA basketball team won the Pacific-8 title and 
another NCAA Championship. The ruggers won the World Cup Trophy, lost only two 
games and were nationally ranked number two. Coach Bob Horn's swimming team won 
the Pacific-8 Championships and finished fourth in the NCAA Championship meet. 

During the spring quarter, the Bruin tennis team was undefeated after eleven 
matches, the track team was undefeated and averaging over 90 points after three dual 
meets, and the volleyball team, winners of 37 of 40 games and ranked number one in 
the nation, qualified for the NCAA Championship Tournament. 

Thanks for the memory. 



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1969 8 1 


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37 


UCLA 


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UCLA 


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UCLA 


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UCLA 


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UCLA 


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UCLA 


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UCLA 


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UCLA 


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At 8:05 p.m. on Saturday, September 13, 1969, Bruin quarter- 
back Dennis Dummit, a transferfrom Long Beoch City College, 
wos faced with a passing situation — third and six on the 
UCLA 40. He threw sharply into the left flat to split end 
Gwen Cooper, who caught the ball, sidestepped Oregon 
State defender Don Whitney and raced down the Coliseum's 
north sideline to score. Just 1:27 had been played in the 
first quarter — it was Dummit's first pass as a Bruin. Ten 
weeks thereafter, on November 23, with about a minute to 
play, the Bruins, behind 12-14, had maneuvered down to 
the use 39-yard line. Dummit threw into the left flat for 
split end Rick Wilkes, but the Trojans' Ty Hudson intercepted, 
insuring USC's record fourth-straight New Year's visit in 
Pasadena. Sandwiched between those two memorable plays 
were regained national prominence, eight wins, one loss, 
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Said Dennis Dummit: "It was a post pattern 
and Brad just made a good catch." The 57- 
yard pass to Brad Lyman set up UCLA's 
final score. The Bruins led 12-7, with 3:07 
to play. 





Said USC's Bob Chandler: "They couldn't 
stay with Sam. That was the greatest catch 
I've ever seen." 
And everything came up roses again. 



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BRUINS WIN FIRST 
NCAA WATER POLO TITLE 



UCLA 


14 


ORANGE COAST 


5 


UCLA 


7 


CAL STATE (LB) 


5 


UCLA 


3 


SAN DIEGO STATE 


1 


UCLA 


4 


UC IRVINE 


1 


UCLA 


11 


CAL POLY (SLO) 


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UCLA 


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STANFORD 


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UCLA 


5 


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UCLA 


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UCLA 


9 


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6 


UCLA 


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UCLA 


5 


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2 


UCLA 


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Coach Bob Horn's 1969 water poloists won their sixth straight 
Pacific-8 Championship and then chmaxed an undefeated 
season, UCLA's fourth in the past six years, with a 5-2 
victory over California in the 







Red exhaustion rips at your throat 

And salt sweat spills off yourforehead and 

mats your eyelids and brows 
And drips on the burning ground 
And your legs start to turn to rubber and 

collapse like a balloon. 
"Pretty soon I've got to rest. 
How much farther? What's the good of 

this God damn work anyway?" 

The long distance runner is paid by the 

snap of a white thread across hischest. 

You are paid by the picture at your feet. 



UCLA 20 CALIFORNIA 41 UCSB 82 

UCLA 27 STANFORD 28 

UCLA 23 use 32 

UCLA GAINED FIFTH PLACE IN THE PACIFIC 

EIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 




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UCLA 


5 


WESTMONT COLLEGE 


4 


UCLA 


5 


WOODBURY COLLEGE 


1 


UCLA 


6 


SANTA CRUZ 


1 


UCLA 


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UC DAVIS 


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UCLA 


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UCLA 


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UCLA 


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BIOLA 


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UCLA 


3 


UC SANTA BARBARA 


1 


UCLA 


7 


LOYOLA 


2 


UCLA 


8 


LOYOLA 


2 


UCLA 


3 


CAL POLY (SLO) 


1 


NCAA REGIONALS 






UCLA 


1 


SAN DIEGO STATE 


2 




AFTER KICKING ASIDE FIFTEEN CONSECUTIVE 
OPPONENTS, THE BRUINS WERE BEATEN BY A 
FREAK SAN DIEGO STATE GOAL IN SUDDEN 
DEATH OVERTIME, IN THE FIRST ROUND OF THE 
NCAA REGIONALS. 

DENNIS STORER'S THREE YEAR UCLA SOCCER 
COACHING RECORD INCLUDES 41 VICTORIES, 4 
LOSSES, AND A SINGLE TIE. 




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Bernard Okoye, is now a pregame 
tradition. 



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Tony Nemer (Captain) 



Coach Dennis Storer 




The Bruins' most valuable glayer, 

Ethiopian Sbpa Agonafer, is congratu- 

^' lated after scoring.the winning 

goal in overtime against California 

in the All-Cal Tournahient. 




WKtbTLING RECORD 

UC SANTA BARBARA 
CAL STATE FULIERTON 

K-^MO STA^ 
CALIFORNIA 
9 STANFORD 



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CAL POLY POMONA 


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UCLA 


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SAN FRANCISCO STATE 


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UCLA 


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CALIFORNIA 


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UCLA 


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WASHINGTON 


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WASHINGTON STATE 


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UCLA 


14 


NEW MEXICO 


18 


UCLA 


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OKLAHOMA 


35 



OKLAHOMA STATE TOURNAMENT 
UCLA SIXTH 




UCLA 
UCLA 
UCLA 
UCLA 



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6 

19 

29 



SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 
CAL POLY SLO 
NEW MEXICO 
ARIZONA 



PACIFIC8 TOURNAMENT 



UCLA EIGHTH 



Dave Dearborn 
Dean Delis 
Allen Dunn 
Jeff Johnson 
Carl Lowensohn 
Takeshi Matsumoto 
John Meikle 
John Munson 
Steve Silverthorn 
Fernando Suarez 

HEAD COACH 



28 
24 

18 
10 



UCLA VARSITY WRESTLING ROSTER 

Michael Wada 

Steve Weiss 

Don Widmer 

Craig Wollitz 

Ken Wright 

John Zenith 

Damon Zumwalt 

Larry Vaughn 

Greg Hansen 

Dennis Pierce 

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OREGON 



OREGON STATE 



BRADLEY 



LOYOLA 



UC SANTA BARBARA 



WYOMING 



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WASHINGTON 



WASHINGTON STATE 



WASHINGTON STATE 



WASHINGTON 



OREGON STATE 



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1952-53 



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RICHARD RANDALL BETCHLEY 



JOHN MILES ECKER 





KENNY ARNOLD BOOKER 



JONATHAN EMERY CHAPMAN 



WILLIAM PABSTSEIBERT 




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Over the past seven years UCLA Varsity basketball teams 
have won 192 of 206 games, six Pacific-8 Conference champion- 
ships, tv^'enty-four consecutive NCAA tournament games, and six 
NCAA Championships. Coach John R. Wooden was voted "Coach 
of the Year" by the Associated Press, United Press International, 
and the National Association of Basketball Coaches in 1964, 1967, 
1969, and 1970. And there have been six All-Americans: Walt 
Hazzard, Gail Goodrich, Lew Alcindor, Lucius Allen, and Sidney 
Wicks. In short, there has been no better era in the history of 
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At International Airport on March 22, 1970, at 2:25 p.m. a 
crowd of over 2,000 pleased Bruin fans met TWA flight 99 from 
Washington, D.C., at gate 36. Arriving were Wooden, Crum, 
Cunningham, Drake, Vallely, Patterson, Rowe, Wicks, Hill, Betchley, 
Booker, Schofield, Ecker, Chapman, and Seibert (Bibby had stayed 
with his family in Franklinton, North Carolina). Twenty-four hours 
earlier, the Bruins had claimed the nets after drowning the Jack- 
sonville Dolphins 80-69, in the NCAA Basketball Championship 
game at College Park, Maryland. 

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UCLA 150.65 STANFORD 
ALL CALIFORNIA 
UCLA 147.30 
UCLA 142.50 



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CALIFORNIA 

CAL STATE FULLERTON 

SAN JOSE STATE 



UCLA INVITATIONAL 
UCLA 149.30 CALIFORNIA 

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156.60 
141.80 
136.00 

156.85 
152.80 
146.20 
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UCLA 


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UCLA 


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UCLA 148.05 SFVSC 142.60 

CAL STATE LA 137.10 

OREGON 140.95 

WASHINGTON 157.25 

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PACIFIC-8 CHAMPIONSHIPS UCLA FOURTH 

(BRUIN DANNY UYEDA FINISHED FIRST 
IN THE SIDE HORSE) 

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS UYEDA AND DUSTY 
RITTER COMPETED FOR UCLA 

HEAD COACH ART SHURLOCK 



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1970 UCLA VARSITY CREW 



John Bale 
Robert Baldwin 
Sanford Bettelnnan 
Walter Brennan 
Tom Follosco 
Dean Hanson 
Charles Haughey 
Duncan Henderson 
David Hooker 
Ken Jablonski 



James Jorgensen 
Doug Large 
James Lasswell 
David McDonald 
Terry Oftedal 
Dennis Phelan 
Rockwell Raun 
Jack Salyer 
Ron Silberman 
Geoffry Strand 



Varsity Coach Jerry Johnsen 
Lightweight Coach Guy Lockhead 
Freshman Coach Jim Sims 
Shell Rigger Rigger Brown 



After a race, oarsmen of the losing sfieiis traditionally 
award tfieir jersies to tfie members of tfie winning boat. 
UCLA's Varsity Rowing Club President Geof Strand, shown at 
neor right wearing not only a Stanford jersey but also a 
dress shirt and necktie for a workout on La Bollono Creek, 
hos collected over fifty jersies. 

The delicate shell is showered, far right, at the end of 
every rowing day, and carefully stored in the boothouse. 






"Ready all, hands on, out and away." Out of the 
boathouse, the Bruin varsity carried their shell, the 
Bradford A. Booth, waist high and swung it parallel 
to the creek. 

"Up and away." They flipped the shell over their 
heads and lowered it into the water. Coach Johnson 
shook nine hands; the blue-tipped oars were set; Rig- 
ger Brown pushed them off; they tied in and began 
working up the creek toward the starting line. 

"Touch it up, two." California's two took a short 
stroke to swing the bow. 

"Ready all, ready to row, rrrowl" and they rowed 
their digits off. 

From the observation deck at 1000 meters, the 
two shells looked like eight-legged waterbugscoming 
down the course. As the crews passed the boathouse, 
the coxswains' calls were covered by a rousing eight- 
clap from the UCLA junior varsity, and 2,500different 
cheers from the crowd. 

At 1500 meters the boats were almost even: Cali- 
fornia was ahead by a seat. But who wants to lose 
after seven months ofdaily runson LaBallona Creek? 

Six seats, 1.8 seconds, separated the boats as they 
crossed the finish. 

After docking, everyone shook hands and hugged. 
And soon half-naked Bears walked out of the boat- 
house and gave their jersies to the Bruins. 



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Coming through with seven lifetime bests, the Bruins scored 
an excellent 99-55 victory over a Kansas Jayhawk team that had 
v^on the last two meetings, 102-42 and 91-63, and was coming 
off its second straight conquest in the NCAA Indoor 
Championships. 

"After two years of being humiliated," said UCLA's Wayne 
Collet)"we didn't need a pep talk." 

Collett himself won the 440 in 46 flat, the 220 in 20.8, and 
anchored the 440 relay team to a 39.9 victory. 

"When we got 1-2 in the mile that killed them," said UCLA 
coach Jim Bush. Senior Mike Mullins came home in 4:03.3, only 
one-tenth off his lifetime best, and Bruin Scott Chisam helf off 
Kansas' Mike Solomon for second with a personal record of 4:05.9. 

Other lifetime bests included 6-1 1 by Hoi Greenwood in the 
high jump, 51-4 by Denny Rogers in the triple jump, 46.1 by 
John Smith for second in the 440, and 178-11 by Mark Ostoich 
for second in the discus. 

Non-scoring lifetime bests by the Bruins were 47.9 by foot- 
baller Brad Lyman in the 440 and 4:07.0 by Joe Balasco in the 
mile. 

"This was a great win," said Collett ."This is the kind of win 
that gives a team the confidence to go all the way." 

All the way to the NCAA Championships at Des Moines, Iowa, 
June 18-20. Bush, in his sixth year as UCLA head track and field 
coach, and his Bruins have not only been the National Collegiate 
team champions once (1966) and the Pacific-8 Conference 
Champions twice (1966 and 1969) but have been top contenders- 
fifth or better— in three of the other four NCAA title meets. 



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de,sire existed to beat us. 

'"■; at full strength, 

was proi: stteT fhaii it's predecess'cr. It was 

most.. explo5iv<e team that UCLA rogby has produced^ nearly 
twenty-ft'^e points averaged for every gojiTe, o-nd sec 
'deep running n>€)-yements that delighted both, spectatoi 
players alike. 
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-it -iTiqmeuis. : ne 
c and a iTnity th •* 
served the'team yvejl throughout the s,Q,ason — beating- Berkek; 
"up there" — winrTihg' the World Cup'so com.fortj3b!y — ^'ve--' ' 
ning the "big"- team's through sp^«c| nnrt" fines^^^ — Th 
dfviays so'sntisfving. 

.Rggby_,-. jiways'Very much" a team e.ffort, but in'cttvlduals 
'wefr6*uc»forgettdt5la. -Randy Tha; teadincr _ fulJbocW-t 

A't^^f'^&^ln ' iont, slaSkfiing runs .or wina — Su m ac's hOn< 

-ond Iqqf The powe desire o4 Morphy- ct-^rop 

Pos^C'ereHo's achievenie*T+s, a rewara-fJJV hf The swan- 

sang, of R(5n Nisbet — Tlj^ ^eifforts .of*S%€)it 'aTi^;M»episto blgying 
gorne* affer"gaapfe'^des|>H«^inMnd"iryu^y.-«'n3e unsel^hndfSCif 
Thru'scH and besmond*who never sh ' thaisWisotuDoirftmfent 

as^understudies after betr^jj J Hectors in pravi.ous teams. 

TheSe ar^J^e things thaf are.*be&.KtQinar*«^re^^m - 
the ■cj4opy-<Df bein% at thfe^p, but most ©f dU, he- 
-"d .v^ho.w'ef^trie other guys who shared tl30S,e fi<^ 
, ..1^^— ibe Greyhounds- the emerging ""N^ki-^ Tt^ 
their best^e^^i^ and fheTe are^mrmv mmfl to romr- 
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LOYOLA 


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UCLA 


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CHURCH COLLEGE (HAWAII) 


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UCLA 


37 


OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE 


3 




UCLA 


55 


IRVINE R.C. 


5 




UCLA 


15 


U.C. SANTA BARBARA 


3 


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UCLA 


25 


LOS ANGELES R.C. 


5 


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UCLA 


12 


CALIFORNIA 


11 


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UCLA 


3 


PONSONBY R.C (NEWZEALAND) 


10 




UCLA 


8 


STANFORD 


23 


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UCLA 


29 


UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 







UCLA 


21 


UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


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UCLA 


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PENINSULA RAMBLERS R.C. 


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UCLA 


18 


CAL STATE L.A. 


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Bruins' match with Eagle Rock R.C., Nisbet was applauded off 
of the field by both teams and presented a trophy by UCLA 
Head Coach Dennis Srorer. Nisbet, 35, had played rugby for 
twenty-five years. 



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UCLA baseball was something to think 
about. After twenty-eighj gomes, the Bruins 
hod lost OS many as they „fiad won. 

"I don't believe us!" said Coach Art Rei- 
chle during the ninth inning of the first gome 
of a doubleheader with Utah. The Bruins' 
seven**Wff lead had dwiridl^JP three. Two 
Redskins' were on the base paths and, after 
ygatsj'ucigment, both wer^ Glmging to 
second base. One stayed there, white the 
Bruins chdsed the jSther back to first. He made 
it aafeiy; The Bruins eVenfu.gMJy^ won 12-9, 
but- ifeeu- lest the second gafTi.ek^-7. They al§'o 
,!ost_t6/W6tC6ll«^"Q^ S'feqodras, Br-esTiQ-JJate 
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" greatest^fans, the 'oged j^off.i^s'frdm .flje ■- - -• ' 

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1941 


3-12 


1946 


11- 7 


1947 


28-16 


1948 


21-18 


1949 


21-15 


1950 


19-21 


1951 


24-13 


1952 


21-15 


1953 


16-20 


1954 


9-14 


1955 


13- 8 


1956 


6-15 


1957 


15-15 



ARTHUR E. REICHLE'S 
25-SEASON UCLA COACHING RECORD 

Art Reichle, UCLA baseball coach for 26 years, has 
been recommended by Districts representative and Santa 
Clara coach Sol Taormina as a candidate for the American 
Association of College Baseball Coaches' Hall of Fame. 



1958 


15-19 


1959 


9-26 


I960 


18-29 


961 


25-15 


962 


23-22 


963 


30-17 


964 


31-16 


965 


33-15 


966 


35-24 


967 


42-19 


968 


37-20 


969 


42-12 



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Heod coach Art Reichle (neor right) and os- 
sistant cooch Glenn Mickens (for right). 





CATCHERS 


INFIELDERS 


Bob Pifferini 


Eddie Hume 


Doug Pollock 


Dave Landress 


Bill LeBlonc 


Eric Swonson 


Nick Stoltz 


Ralph Punaro 


PITCHERS 


Jake Molina 


Bob Stoltz 


John Helfrick 


Mike Bettego 


Steve Wahl 


Mike Sonford 


OUTFIELDERS 


Rick Pope 


Earl Altshuler 


Bill Bonhom 


Danny Graham 


Skip Junis 


Ed Couppee 


Gory Robson 


Bob Adams 


Bill Susc 


Steve Price 


Pete Levin 


Bob Petretta 


Tom Miles 


Ed Moore 


Greg Zoil 





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The Bruins were number one at the Pacific-8 Cham- 
pionships on March 9, 1970, and number four at the 
NCAA Championships on March 28. 

UCLA scored 466 points at the Pacific-8 meet, whip- 
ping use by 61 points, Stanford by 90, and fourth place 
Washington by 270. 

Bruin Steve Center won both the 500-yard freestyle 
and the 1,650-yard freestyle, and broke Trojan Greg 
Fink's 16:28 Pacific-8 record in the 1,650 with a 16:19. 
Mike Burton finished second behind Center in both races. 
Wayne Pugh was third in the 1,650, completing a 1-2-3 
sweep for UCLA. Earlier in the meet, Pugh had won the 
400-yard individual medley, setting a meet record of 
4:13.9. 

Dave O'Malley won the 200-yard freestyle with a new 
meet record of 1:42.9, took seventh in the 500-yard free- 
style, and anchored UCLA's 800-yard freestyle relay team 
(Center, Bob Ramsey, Burton, O'Malley) that set another 
new meet record of 6:54.9. 



Other individual stars for UCLA were Fray Heath, 
second in both the 50 and 100-yard freestyle races; Bob 
Ramsey, third in the 100-yard freestyle, fifth in the 200- 
yard freestyle, and a member of the 800-yard freestyle 
relay team; Chuch Dragicevich, third in the 100-yard 
butterfly and third in the 200-yard individual medley; 
Carl Thomas, third in the 400-yard individual medley, 
and seventh in the 200-yard individual medley; Steve 
Gentes, second in the 200-yard backstroke and fourth in 
the 100-yard backstroke; and diver Cordon Creed, second 
in both the one-meter and three-meter diving. 

"We pointed for this meet the whole year," said 
UCLA coach Bob Horn. "Our 4-3 record in the dual meets 
meant nothing. This is the one we wanted and we came 
through with some unbelievable times." 

It added up to UCLA's first Pacific-8 swimming cham- 
pionship. 

At Salt Lake City, Utah, the Bruins (185 points) fol- 



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lowed Indiana (322), USC (235), and Stanford (206) in 
the NCAA Championships. 

Burton (please see pages 224-225) earned three gold 
medals by winning the 500-yard freestyle, 200-yard but- 
terfly, and 1,650-yard freestyle. 

Center was third in the 1,650-yard freestyle, fourth 
in both the 200-yard backstroke and 500-yard freestyle, 
and ninth in the 200-yard freestyle. Thomas finished sixth 
in the 200-yard individual medley and seventh in the 
400-yard individual medley; Gentes was eleventh in the 
100-yard backstroke; Dragicevich was ninth in the 100- 
yard butterfly; Steve Doyle was ninth in the 200-yard 
backstroke; Pugh finished eleventh in the 1,650-yard free- 
style; and the Bruins stroked to fifth in the 400 yard-med- 
ley relay and sixth in the 400-yard freestyle relay. 



UCLA 


96 


UC IRVINE 


17 


UCLA 


87 


OREGON STATE 


28 


UCLA 


89 


OREGON 


24 


UCLA 


86 


CALIFORNIA 


17 


UCLA 


49 


STANFORD 


64 


UCLA 


51 


CAL STATE (LB) 


62 


UCLA 


48 


USC 


65 


PACIFIC-8 CHAMPIONSHIPS I 


JCLA FIRST 


NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS UCLA FOURTH 




iphy by the Public Relations Department, University of Utah. 




UCLA's Mike Burton, winner of the 500-yard freestyle and the 
200-yard butterfly in the first two nights of the 1970 NCAA Swim- 
ming Championships at the University of Utah, ended his collegiate 
career with a victory in the 1,650-yard freestyle. Burton, a Na- 
tional AAU Champion, NCAA Champion, Pan-American games 
Champion, and Olympic Champion, and holder of NCAA, Ameri- 
can, and world records, received a standing ovation from the 
spectators for a minute and a half after the 1 ,650. 



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Singles: 

1. Haroon Rahim 

2. Jeff Borowiak 

3. Tito Vasquez 

4. Mike Kreiss 

5. Elio Alvarez 

6. Jeff Austin 

Doubles: 

1 . Rahim-Borowiak 

2. Alvarez-Vasquez 

3. Mike and Bob Kreiss 





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Al Scates coached another number one ranked UCLA team dur- 
ing 1970: volleyball. The Bruins, including Ed Machado, John 
Zacheic, Kirck Kilgour, and Ed Becker, extended a mid-season 
win streak to 33 before losing a game, but not the match, to num- 
ber two ranked UC Santa Barbara. 

At Davis, UCLA took the UC Campus Tournament in four ma- 
tches. San Diego was defeated by scores of 15-11, 15-9; Irvine 
fell 15-11 and 15-7; Davis died 15-11 and 15-12. In the Champ- 
ionship Match against California, UCLA scored two out of three 
victories, topped by a 15-4 win. 



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RIVERSIDE CITY COLLEGE 



ANTELOPE VALLEY COLLEGE 



UC IRVINE FROSH 



LA SOUTHWEST COLLEGE 



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REGENTS 



Once an anonymous body to whom you made your 
incidental fees payable each quarter, the Regents of the 
University of California have re-exerted their influence 
during the past year. People's Park, the vote to place 
decisions on the hiring and firing of faculty back in the 
hands of the Regents, and the Angela Davis controversy 
have all been part of the re-centralization of the University 
which this initiative of the Regents represents. 

There have been those who criticized the policy-making 
and governing of a great university by a politically ap- 
pointed board consisting of nineteen businessmen, four 
politicians and only one educator. As student disenchant- 
ment with the educational system reaches on all time high, 
the Regents must find more effective ways of administering 
their trust if the University is to continue to function as a 
creative and responsive institution. 



Philip L. Boyd 
W. Glenn Campbell 
John E. Canaday 
Edward W. Carter 
Fredrick G. Dutton 
William E. Forbes 
Allan Grant 
Mrs. Edward H. Heller 
DeWitt A. Higgs 
Charles J. Hitch 
Joseph A. Moore 
Roger C. Pettitt 
Edwin W. Pauley 



William K. Coblentz 
Mrs. Randolph A. Hearst 
Robert O. Reynolds 
Ed Reinecke 
William M. Roth 
Norton Simon 
William F. Sm.ith 
Dean A. Watkins 
Wendell W. Witter 
Ronald Reagan 
Robert T. Monagan 
Max Rafferty 









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In California, in 1970, the men who administer universities find themselves beseiged. On 

one hand, the student activist desires to remake the university into an institution 

which he considers to be more relevant to the times and more able to cope with 

the needs of society as he sees them. On the other, the public and the state legislature 

are disturbed and alienated by the excesses of campus radicals and by the Uni- 



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f ^.^ versity's continued and emphatic support of the 

.^^^^^HHfcb^ - — „■■ .,■ ., traditionally liberal academic concepts of free 

speech and free inquiry. They desire to exercise 
a more pervasive and restrictive control over 
the functions and attitudes of a community which 
they support financially while suffering the 
brunt of that community's criticism. 
At UCLA, Chancellor Charles E. Young is very 
much the man in the middle. Caught between the 
idealistic demands of youth and the financially 
and politically more conservative demands of the 
state legislature and the University's Board 
of Regents, Chancellor Young must seek to 
mediate some sort of course for the University 
which takes into consideration the essential role 
of an educational institution, as well as the im- 
peratives of the conflict within which the Univer- 
sity finds itself enmeshed. The difficult job of 
university administrator is made more difficult 
by the various societal and political demands and 
pressures now being directed at institutions of 
of higher education. Groups like the Board of 
Regents, traditionally and constitutionally de- 
signed to protect the University of California 
from undue political pressure have found this an 
increasingly difficult role and as a result, the 
Chancellor's office is experiencing greater pressures 
from both sides of California's educational conflict. 
Chancellor Young feels that the hope of the University lies in a student activism which he believes 
has become less violent and more responsible; and that in response to this change, society at large 
and the governmental institutions that administer the people's desires and demands 
will come to view the educational process with a calmer, less political eye. 
Chancellor Young is quick to admit that in California, in 1970, at UCLA, the university 
administrator must be, above all, an optimist, contending with the conflicts generated when 
242 individuals within a given system are being taught not what to think but simply to think. 







243 






Genuinely concerned with the turmoil ond alienation which 
have become characteristic of the modern American university, 
Vice Chancellor Rosemary Park has set for her office the 
goal of re-defining its functions and usage. The Vice Chan- 
cellor's office has as its responsibilities students activities 
and services, and also acts as the liason between the admini- 
stration and ASUCLA. Thus it occupies a crucial position in 
regard to student involvement with the university. Realizing 
that the average student spends only about fifteen per cent 
of his time in class, and that ofthe remainder a certain amount 
is likely to be spent in some sort of non-academic but school 
related activity, the Vice Chancellor is seeking ways in which 
the student and the administration can interact upon one 

another and the university. 
The student striving to change his environment has traditionally 
met with the objection that he must "go through the proper 
channels;" yet he often finds that there are no such channels 
or, worse, that such channels as do exist are unresponsive or 
misdirecting. Vice Chancellor Park feels that a possible 
answer to the frustration which such experiences provoke 
is a twofold one of involving the student in the processes 
and decisions which affect him, and involving the university 
in those activities in which the student is involved. To this 
end, the Vice Chancellor is seeking to "recreate" her office 
along lines which will involve student imputs and participation 
in the creation of a process, ratherthana plan, of action. 
Vice Chancellor Park sees as the role of her office the 
positive creation of a process whereby the student community 
and the official university can become involved with one 
another to the enrichment of both. However, student participa- 
tion at all levels is needed if this re-direction is to have the 
positive cast of creation, rather than being merely a negative 

reaction to student unrest. 



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The thousands of courses and tens of thou- 
sands of students at UCLA ore nneshed 
together in a large sterile room filled with 
rectangular blue consoles. Collectively, these 
anonymous metal boxes, most of which have 
none of the blinking lightsand whirling wheels 
generally associated with computers, are 
known as the "91 ". 

The 91, one of the most sophisiticated 
computing tools devised up to this time, is 
increasingly involved in the mating of students 
with classes, loans and oil the other para- 
phenalia of student services. The technicians 
responsible for its care and feeding say that 
when the system is completed, much of the 
bureaucracy which students find themselves 
at war with during their university careers 
will be eliminated. 

However, those responsible for the infor- 
mation which the 91 must possess in order 
to accomplish this task are seriously con- 
cerned about how that knowledge might be 
used at some future date. The usefulness of 
the 91 is assured. Some way must now be 
found to contain its power. 




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AARON. GLENDA 


ABEL. BRUCE 


Los Angeles 


Sepulveda 


Pre-Sociol Welfare 


Psychology 


BA 


BA 


Sophomore Sweet- 


tsf: LA. Valley Coll 


heort, Mordi Gros 





ADAMS, LANM?ENCE 

Culver City 

Economics 

BA 

Universify Catholic 

Center, Omicron Delto 

Epsilon 



AGRAN, EDWARD 


AISLEY. LOIS 


Studio City 


Lo Mirada 


History 


Psychology 


BA 


BA 




tsf: SFVSC 




Alpho Epsilon Ph 




Ski Club 




T ^ 




ADAIR, WYN STEVE 


t 0M 




Los Angeles 


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Zoology 


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BA 


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tsf; SMCC 

Acacia 

Bruin Week Exec. 

Bd., 

Intromural Sports 

Council, Life 


ADAMSON, STAN E, 


AGOSTA, SHARREL 


Tarzono 




Garden Grove 


Theater Arts: Mot 


on 


Bocteriology 


Pictures 




BA 


BA 






tsf: LA. Pierce Co 


II. 





ALBU, STEVEN 


ALEXANDER, GARY 


Sierra Modre 


Vallejo 


Engineering 


Political Science 


BS 


BA 



ALIEN, PATRICIA 


ALMODOVAR.SIXTO 


Son Pedro 


No. Hollywood 


Anthropology 


Nuclear Engineering 


BA 


BS 


tsf . Horbor JC 


Amer. Nuclear Soc., 




Computer Club, UCLA 




Cuban Club 



ALPERIN, RUTH E. 


ALPERT, ALAN 


^Afoodland Hills 


Los Angeles 


Sociology 


History 


BA 


BA 


Rieber Hall, Treos. 




UCLA Bruin Ski Bears 




Interprep Counselor 





ALTIZER, ROBERT 


AMES, DENYSE 


Los Angeles 


Long Beach 


Astronomy 


SSET 


BA 


BA 


Sigma Pi Sigma 


tsf: Col State Long Beach 




Chi Omega 




Bruin Belles 



ANDERSON.DONNA 


ANDERSON, DOUGLAS 


Los Angeles 


WViittier 


History 


History 


BA 


BA 


tsf: UCSB 8. SMCC 


Phi Koppo Psi 




Vtfoter Polo 




ALBAUGH, DORCAS 

Shermon Ooks 

French 

BA 

Isf: Scripps Coll. 



ALHADEFF, GEORGIA 

Maywood 

Pre-Social Welfare 

BA 

tsf: CerritosColl. 



ALPAuGH.JENNIFER 

Pasadena 

Pictoriol Arts 

BA 

Hedrick Hall Soc. Chrm. 

UCLA Tutorial Project 



ALPERT. NANCY 

Encino 

Psychology 

BA 

Exceptional Children's 

Tutorial Project. Dean's 

List. Mordi Gras. Her- 

shey Hall Steering Com. 



AMOR, VICTOR 

Burbank 

Spanish 

BA 

Isf L.A. Pierce Co 

Weyburn Hall 



ANDERSON.PAUL 

Polos Verdes Est. 

Economics 

BA 

tsf: Cloremont Men's 

Coll. 



ANDURI. DAVID 

Visoiia 

Economics 

BA 

Acocio 

Vorsity Water Polo 

and swimming 



APPLEGATE. REX 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 



ARIMOTO, TED 

Culver City 

Economics 

BA 

tsf: ELAC 

Onnicron Delta 

Epsilon 



ARMSTRONG, JUDY 

Norlhridge 

Bioslotistics 

BS 

Chi Omega 



AUDINO, CYNTHIA 
Los Angeles 
Poiiticol Science 
BA 
Alpha Phi 
Sophomore Sweet- 
hearts. Phi ^'sV.a 
Theto Litfle Sister 



AVERY, JANIS 

Long Beach 

Psychology 

BA 

tsf: DC Davis 

Tutorial Project 

Pi Beta Phi 



BAGA5A, PAULA 

Los Angeles 

Geography 

BA 



BAKER, KEVIN 

Hawthorne 

English 

BA 




ANCa, EVA 


APPLEBAUM, DAVID 


Ontorio 


Beverly Hills 


Sociology 


Poiiticol Science 


BA 


BA 


Isf: CholfeyJ.C. 


Isf: U. o( Chicogo 




Zeto Beta Tau 




Venice Tutoriol Pro- 




jecl.Chess Club 



ARASE, KAREN 


ARCHER, STEVEN 


Glendale 


Cholsworlh 


Psychology 


History 


BA 


BA 




Deans List 




Honors Progrom 




Coalition 




Resistance 


ARMENIA 


ARMONI. SAMUEL 


MICHAa 


Shermon Oaks 


Azuso 


Economics 


Psychology 


BA 


BA 


tsf: LACC 


Isf; Citrus Coll. 





ARON, MICHELE 


ARONSON, JOSEPH 


Los Angeles 


Socio 


Speech 


Hebrew 


BA 


BA 




tsf: Col Poly SLO 




Alpho Epsilon Pi 




Hillel 




Youneh 


AUERBACH 


AULD, BRUCE 


STEVEN 


China Lake 


Los Angeles 


Psyctxjiogy 


Economics 


BA 


BA 


tsf: BokersfieldJ.C. 


Tau Epsilon Phi, 




Vice Pres. 





^^H^^A 


BACKIUS, JUDITH 


BAGAI. RAVI 


^^^^^^B 


Manhattan Beach 


Los Angeles 


^^^^^^W 


Psychology 


Anthropology 


*" im 


BA 


BA 


*~~ ^v^% 


Isf; Occidental Coll. 


Rieber Holl Resident 


•t^^^^^ 


k L&S College Honors 


Assoc 


A^ 


^^ Phi Chi 






BAKER. JEANNE 

Inglewood 

History 

BA 

Delta Delto Delta 

Bruin Belles, Sec. 

Spurs 



BAKER, WILLIAM E. 


BALBO, DANIEL 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Theater Arts-TV 


Poiiticol Science 


BA 


BA 


tsf: SMCC 


tsf: LACC 


MognacumLoude 


Sproul Hall 



253 



BALD, DOUGLAS 


BALKIN, DAVID 


BALLANTYNE R. 


Los Angeles 


Studio City 


CURTIS 


Zoology 


Political Science 


Santa Ana 


BA 


BA 


Economics/French 


Thela Xi 


tsf: UCSB 


BA 


Freshmon BoseboH 


Pi Sigma Alpha 




Honors Program, 


Pre-Low Society 




Cum Laude 







SALTER, DAVID G. 
Beverly Hills 
Political Science 
BA 

tsf: Columbio Univ. 
Summo Cum Laude 
Pi Sigma Alpha 
Phi Eta Sigma 



BANACHOWSKI 

KRYSIA 

San Mateo 

Psychology 

BS 

Women's extromurol 



BARAK, DIANE 


BARANOV.ROBERT 


BARGION,MARY 


BARRY, EILEEN 


BARNEn, DEBRA 


BARNEY, RAYMOND 


Los Angeles 


Studio City 


Honolulu 


Inglewood 


VSfoodland Hills 


Dalano 


Political Science 


Economis 


Pictorial Arts 


English 


History 


Engineering 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BS 




Phi Epsilon Pi 


tsf: Cal Western 


Delta Gamma 




tsf: Bokersfield J.C. 




Alpha Kappa Psi 








UCLA Band 



BARNHART,NANCY 


BARRAGAN.EDWARD 


BARRERA, Jr. 


BASSIN, ROBERTA 


BARTH, BARBARA 


BARTH, ROY 


Posodeno 


Sylmar 


FERNANDO 


Sherman Oaks 


Whittier 


Son Diego 


Sociology 


Anthropology 


Los Angeles 


History 


Anthropology 


Economics 


BA 


BA 


Engineering, 


BA 


MA 


BA 


tsf: UCSB 




Electronics 


Sailing Club 




Sigma Nu 






BS 


University Chorus 




Blue Key 






tsf: LACC 






1 Voristy Tennis 






IEEE 









BARTON, SUSAN 


BAR ZM AN, LARRY 


BASEMAN. SARAH 


BAUM, RUCHAMA 


BAULING, VICKI L. 


BAUM, DIANA 


WhiHier 


Los Angeles 


Lac Angelet 


Los Angeles 


Van Nuys 


Oakland 


\rt/Design 


Mathematics 


History 


Bacteriology 


Sociology 


Sociology 


BA 


BS 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Delta Delta Delto.Pres 




Tou Epsilon Pi, Little 




tsf UCSB 




Fashion Board 




Sister 




Alpho Epsilon Phi 




Pryloneons 













BAWDEN, JAMES 

Fresno 

Psychology 

BA 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Blue Key 

Ski Team 

Ski Club 


BECK. ROBERT 

Monterey Park 

History 

BA 

tsf: UCSB 



BEECHEN, PAUL 


BEER. 


JANE C. 


BELFER. SYMA 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Sao Paulo, Brazil 


Political Science 




History 


Political Science 


BA 




BA 


BA 


Community Service 




tst: UCSB 


Tutor tol Project 


Commission 






Hedrick Hall 


Political Science 






Mordi Gros 


Honor Society 






Theto Chi little Sister 



BELL. ELIZABETH 


BENNEn. 


MELODY 


Woodland Hills 


Santo Monica 


English 




Sociology 


BA 




BA 


Uni-Prep Counselor 




Spurs 


Hedrick Holi. 






House Adv Isor 







BERGHELL, ROBERT 

Los Angeles 

Engineering 

BS 

Phi Kappa Psi 

BlueKey 

Korote Club 

Scuba Club 



BENSON, GARY 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 

ZetaSetoTau 



BENSON, LARRY 


BEREZIN, IRIS 


Long Beoch 


Northridge 


Physical Education 


Psychology 


B5 


BA 


Sigma Nu 


Alpho Omicron Pi 


Varsity Golf, 


Psychology Honors 


Captain 


Program 


All-Americon 1969 


Turoriol Pfoiecl 



BERGER, DEBORAH 


BERGER, ERICA 


BERNSTEIN. 


BERGSTROM. 


BERKNESS. 


BERNAIDO. 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


RICHARD 


EDWARD 


RUTH ANNE 


AGNES 


English 


Bacteriology 


Bellflower 


San Marino 


Sepulvedo 


Bell 


BA 


BA 


History 


Meteorology 


Nursing 


Teaching English as 


Mortor Board 




BA 


BA 


BS 


o Second Language 


Alpha Lambda Delta 




tsf: Cerritos Coll. 


Phi Kappa Psi 


SigmoKoppo 


MA 


Pres. 




UCIA Yell Leader 


Chi Epsilon Pi 


Homecoming Comm. 




Dean's List 






Air Force ROTC 


Mordi Gras 




BERNGARD, 


BERNLOHR, 


BICKENBACH. 


BERREN, HELENE 


BEHEGA. MICHAEL 


BEZEK. PETER 


RUSSEa 


BARBARA 


PAUL 


Wbodlond Hills 


El Cerrito 


Garden Grove 


Encino 


North Hollywood 


Arcodio 


Mathematics 


Economics 


Psycfiology 


Sociology 


Physical Education/ 


History 


BA 


BS 


BA 


BA 


Psychology 


BA 


Student Public 


Isf: Menio Coll. 


Isf: UC Irvine 


Isf: U. of Illinois 


BS 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


Action Bureau 


Sigma Chi 




Zeta Beta Tou 


tsf; Wittenberg U 


Blue Key 


Dykslro Hall, 


Boseboll 






Bruin Dolls 


Freshman Crew 


Social Chairman 







256 



BIERMAN, 


BIFFAR, STEVEN 


MARJORIE 


Los Angeles 


Von Nuys 


Polilicci Science 


Sociology 


BA 


BA 


Volunteer -Center 




(or the Heolth Sc 




ences. School of 




Dentistry 





BIRON. GREGOIRE 


BLACKSTOCK 


Los Angeles 


DAVID 


Economics 


Los Angeles 


BA 


Economics 


ts(: SMCC 


BA 





BLAIR. 


BLANCHARD 


CONSTANCE 


SANDRA 


Pasadena 


Los Angeles 


Nursing 


Art 


BS 


BA 


Pi Beto Phi 




Sigma Alp ho Epsilon 




Little Sister 







BLAH, 


BLIZIN, MAURTON 


JACOuaiNE 


Riolto 


Beverly Hills 


Sociology 


History 


BA 


BA 




Alpha Epsilon Phi 




Freshman Home- 




coming Princess 




BLUMEN STEIN. 


BOHNSTADT. 


JOAN 


BARBARA 


Los Angeles 


Arcodio 


Speech 


English 


MA 


BA 




Kappa Koppo 




Comma. Pledge- 




trainer 







BONGIORNO, 


BOOKMAN, MARK 


MICHAEL 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


History 


Psychology 


BA 


BA 


SLC. Adminislrotive 


BetoThelo Pi 


Vice Pres. 


Kelps 


Sproul Holl Resi- 




dents Assoc., Pres 





BOOIH. ELLA 


BORENSTEIN 


Newport Beach 


SANDRA 


Economics 


Anaheim 


BA 


Psychology 


Alpho Gamma 


BA 


Delto, Treas. 




Angel Flight, 




Commonder 







BORIS, CAROL 


BORNINO, BRUNC 


Reseda 


Polos Verdes 


Zoology 


Peninsula 


BA 


Engineering 


Lambdo Chi 


BS 


Alpha Crescents 


Rally Comm. 


LIFE 




Honors Program 







BIREN.MAHHEW 

Los Angeles 

Political Science 

8A 

Pre-Law Society 



v^ 



BLAIKIE, PETEk 

Walnut Creek 

Politicol Science 

BA 

ts(; UCSB 



BLANCHARD, 

VALRI JEAN 

Polos Verdes 

Peninsula 

English 

BA 

tsf: Chico St. Coll 




BLUMBMFELD 

MIKE 

Los Angeles 

Politicol Science 

BA 

Pi Lambda Phi 



^S^ 




BOLDT, RONALD 

Riverside 

Economics 

BA 

tsf: Riverside C.C. 

Tutorial Project 




BOOKMAN, SARA 

Los Angeles 

English 

BA 

Sproul Holl, 

Pandora House 

Powder Puff Football 

Upward BoundTutor 



BORER, ROBERTA 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 

Honors Program 





BORNSTEIN, JULIE 

Son Diego 

Political Science 

BA 

UCLA Debate Squad 

Educational Policy 

Comm. 

Pi Kappa Delta 






BORREE. JEANINE 
Los Angeles 
Psychology 
BA 
Immaculate 
Heart Coll. 



tsf: 





B0W.JAME5 

Cormel 

Astronauticcl 

Engineering 

BS 

1968 Roily Comm,, 

Chmn. 

Tau Beta Pi 



BOYSEN, DAVID 

Burbank 

Economics 

BA 

tst: UCB 





BRAKENSIEK, 

JOAN 

Long Beach 

Art 

BA 

Bruin Belles 

Campus Fashion 

Boord 



BRANNER, MARK 

Van Nuys 

Politicol Science 

BA 

Alpha EpsilonPi 

Pi Sigma Alpho 

Yeomen 

Pre-Legol Society 




Los Angeles 

History 

BA 





BRENN/ 

WALTER 

Lowndale 

Geogrophy 

BA 

Varsity Crew 

Varsity Rugby 

Dean's List 



BROOKS. CLIFTON 

Chatsworth 

Epidemiology 

MPH 

ts(: U of Wisconsin 

Sigma Phi Society 




BOSCHA, 


BOURGOIN, 


MICHELLE 


DAVID 


Long Beach 


Monhatton Beach 


Economics 


Business 


BA 


Administration 


Pi Gammo Mu 


MB A 


L & S Honors 




Progrom 





BOWER, CAROL 

Polo Alto 

Psychology 

BA 

tsf: Occidental Coll. 

Dean's List 



8RATMAN, SHERYL 

North Hollywood 

English 

BA 

Sigmo Delta Tau 



BOYCHENKO. 

ANTHONY 

Von Nuys 

Computer Sciences 

Theta Delta Chi 

ESUC 



BRADLEY, 




BRADY, FRED 


KATHLEEN 




Long Beach 


San Diego 




History 


Latin Americon 




BA 


Studies 


tsf: 


Long Beach City 


BA 




Coll. 


Chi Omega 




Sigma Nu 



BRAMER, KAREN 
Los Angeles 


BRANDT, 
DOROTHEA 


Anthropolqgy 
B-A 


Holyoke 
Near Eastern 


Weyburn Hall 
Floor Pres, 


Studies 

BA 

Surf Club 




Yoga Club 



BRAHMAN. 

STEVEN 

Los Angeles 

English 

BA 

Alpha Mu Gommo 



BRAVOS. ANNETTE 


BREIT, MILES 


Los Angeles 


Brooklyn 


Art History 


Busmess 


BA 


Administration 




MBA 



BRITVAN, 
ACOUELINE 


BROCKMAN, 
EVELYN 


Los Angeles 

Engineering 

BA 


Los Angeles 

Sociology 

BA 



BROOKS, WENDY 


BROWN. RONDA 


Los Angeles 


Sherman Ooks 


SSET 


English 


BA 


BA 



^ 



257 



BRUNGESS, USA 

WhiHief 

Political Science 

BA 

Koppo Alpha Theta 



BURSTCIN, IRENE 

Los Angeles 

Art History 

BA 

Tuloriol Project 

Rieber Hall Publicity 



BUTLER. ELIZABETH 

Los Angeles 

Library Science 

MLS 

Pres. o( Student Assoc. 



BUCCOLA. PHIL 


BUDNICK. RICHARD 


BURCH. CHERYL 


BRUMMITT, 


Von Noys 


Sepulvedo 


Los Angeles 


CHARLES 


Engineering 


History/ Political 


Political Science 


Studio City 


BS 


Science 


BA 


Engineering 




BA 


Alpha Koppa Alpha 


BA 




Isf: L.A. Valley Coll. 


Project India 
UCLA Renewal 
Prytoneons 


tsf: Columbia U. 


BURSTEIN.RICHARD 


BURT, BENJAMIN 1. 


BURTON, MICHAEL 


BURCIAGA, ENRIQUE 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Redondo Beoch 


Political Science 


Sociology 


Physicol Education 


Public Service 


BA 


BA 


BS 


BA 


Dorm Coordinator, 


ts(: LACC 


Phi Kappa Psi 


AROTC 


McCarthy Compaign 


UCLA Veterons Club 


Vorsity Swimming 




Pi Gommo Mu 


Chess Club 






Pi Sigma Alpha 








CAD IS H, SUSAN 


CAIRNS, JAMES 


CALDVy^ELL, 


BUSCH, GERALD 


.OS Angeles 


Los Altos 


CYNTHIA 


Harvard, III. 


Moth 


Political Science 


Deijyer 


Math 


BS 


BA 


Political Science 


BA 


Sigma Delta Tou, Ires. 


ts(: Foothill JC 


BA 


Regents Scholorship 


Stondords Chmn. 


Belo Theta Pi 


Honors Prog. 


Org. 


3ruineltes 


UCLA Karate Teom 


La Mancho House 




Spurs 




Counselor 
Tutorial Project 





BURGER, KAREN 

Pocoimo 

History 

BA 

Spurs, V.P. and Jr. 

Advisor, Hershey Hall 

Historian, Deans List 



BUSS, SHIRLEY 
San Diego 
Humanities 
BA 



CAMPBELL, JACKIE 
Santa Monica 



Electrical Engineering 

BS 

Isf: SMCC 

Alpha Sigma Phi 



CAMPBELL, ROBERT 

Ingle wood 

Political Science 

BA 

Isf: UC Irvine 



CAMPBELL. SUSAN 

Lodi 

Theoire Arts 

BA 

tsf : S.F. Stole Coll. 



CAMPFIELD, ART 

Los Angeles 

Engineering-Medicine 

BS 

UC Engineering Soc. 



CAPONIGRO 

CAROLE 

Glendale 

Nursing 

BS 

tsf: Glendale JC 



CARDENAS, RAY 

Los Angeles 

Engineering 

BS 

tsf: ELAC 



258 




CARETTO, DAVID 


CARDINALLI, 


CAS ALY, RICHARD 


CASCADE, PHYLLIS 


CASSUTO. 


CASTRO, JOEL 


Whillier 


MARGUERITE 


Woodland Hills 


Polo Alto 


BARBARA 


Los Angeles 


Geogrophy 


Pittsburg 


Electrical 


Anthropology 


Los Angeles 


Political Science 


BA 


Psychology 


Engineering 


BA 


Music 


BA 


Phi Eta Sigma 


BA 


BS 


Alpha Xi Delta 


BA 




Honors Program 


Gamma Phi Beta 


Tau Beta Pi 


Kaydetles 


Chimes 




Pi Gamma Mu 






Zelo Psi Little Sister 
AWSPres.Bd. 


Unicamp 
Prytoneons 




CATALDO, 


CARLOS, LUIS 


CATLOW, JAMES 


CATLOW, TED AN A 


CECCHETTINI. 


CECKA, J. MICHAEL 


DONALD 


Los Angeles 


No. Hollywood 


No. Hollywood 


DIANE 


Cormel Valley 


Azusa 


Librorianship 


Speech 


Nursing 


Los Angeles 


Bocleriology 


Psychology/ 


MA 


BA 


BS 


Nursing 


BA 


Pre-Med 


ts(: Col Stole LA 


tsf: UC Berkeley 


tsf: Pocific Union 


BS 


Isf: Monterey 


BA 


Arcodio Public Li- 




Coll. 


Regents' Scholar 


Peninsulo Coll. 


Alpho TauOmego 


brary Scholarship 






Undergraduate 




Varsity Yell Leodei 








Curriculum Comm. 




CENTER, LILLIAN 


GATE, BARBARA 


CHAN, DAVIC 


CHAN, KELLY 


CHAN,KENYON 


CHANG, BENNY 


Los Angeles 


Pocitic Palisades 


Los Angele; 


Los Angeles 


El Sobrante 


Los Angeles 


Sociology 


English 


Accountinc 


Business 


Sociology 


Engineering 


BA 


BA 


m; 


MBA 


BA 


BS 


ts(: LATT & LACC 


Kappa Delta 


Phi Beta Kapp( 


tsf: Col Stole LA 


Tutoriol Project, 




Delta Sigma Thetc 


Angel Flight 


Pre-Low Societ' 


Alpho Koppo Psi 


Director 




Delta Headstor 


English Honor Soc. 




Small Business Man- 


Exceptional Child- 






Phrateres 




ogemeni Consultant 


ren's Tut. Proj., Dir. 




CHAPMAN. 




CHAPMAN, 


CHAPMAN, 


CHAPIN, EARL 


CHAYO, SANDRA 


CATHERINE 




CHRISTINA 


THEODORE A. 


Beverly Hills 


Woodland Hills 


Alexandria, Va. 


>" 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Economics 


Psychology 


Linguistics 


'W^ 


English 


Electricol 


BA 


BA 


BA 


1^ 


BA 


Engineering 


tsf: El CominoJC 




tsf: UC Riverside 


^^ 




BS 






Kappa Delta 
Tutorial Project 


^m^ 




tsf: UCSB 
Tau Beta Pi 








259 



CHENG, DEBBIE 


CHERNOW 


Taipei, Toiwan 


CAROLYN 


Compoler Method 


Hunlinglon Beach 


MS 


Hisotry 




BA 




tsf: UCSB 




Phroteres 



CHiSAM, scon 

Temple Cily 

Physicol Educolion 

BS 

tsf: Posodena CC 

Varsity Cross Count. 

Varisty Track*. Field 



CHITTIVARANON 

PRAVIJ 

Bangkok, Thailand 

Engineering-System 

Science 

BS 



CHEW, ALAN 


CHI, KO-HSIN 


CHIANG, PHILIP 


CHILD, DIANE 


Los Angeles 


Taipei, Taiwon 


Fullerton 


Riverside 


Eleclricol Engineering 


Moth 


Bocleriology 


English 


BS 


BA 


BA 


BA 




tsl: UCSB 


Chinese Club. Trees. 


Rieber Hall 






Photography Club 


Mordi Gros Comm. 






Epsilon Pi Delta 






CHiniVARNON 

SIROCHANA 

Bangkok, Thailand 

Economics 

BA 

Chaos 

Chinese Club 

Social Dance Club 



CHO, SAM 
los Angeles 
Math 
BA 
Dean's Lisf 



CHOATE, BRUCE 


CHRISTIANSON 


Fresno 


CAROLE 


Economics 


Son Diego 


BA 


Art 


Sigma Alpho Epsilon 


BA 


Blue Key 


tsf: UCR 


Young Republicons 


Weyburn Publicity 




Chmm. 




CHRISTOFFERSEN 


CHRISTY, 


DAVID 


ANNAMARIE 


Los Angeles 


Mission Viejo 


Psychology 


Psychology 


BA 


BA 


Sigma Chi 


tsf: UCI 


Deons List 




Psychology Honorory 





CHU. ALICE 
Los Angeles 
Health Education 
MS 



CHU. HUNG BEN 
Los Angeles 
Engineering 
PhD 



CHUANG, HAROLD 
Los Angeles 
Accounting 
MS 

tsf; S.F. State Cdl. 
Chinese Weight- 
lifting Record Holder 



CHUNG. GEORGE 

Los Angeles 

Engineering 

BS 

Alpha Tau Omego 



260 



CIFRANIC, SUSAN 


CLARKE, EDUARDO 


CLINITE, CAROL F. 


COADY, SUE 


COCHRAN, 


VICTOR 


COFFEE,JEANNINE 


Apfos 


Los Angeles 


Tulore 


Son Diego 


Richland, W 


ash. 


Los Angeles 


English 


Engineering 


Physical Educotion 


Psychology 


Chemistry 




History-Economics 


BA 


BS 


BS 


BA 


BS 




BA 


tsf: UCSB 




tsf: College of the 


Alpho Gamma 


Theta Chi 




Sproul Hall Residence 


Chi Omega 




Sequoias 


Delta, President 


Blue Key 




Assoc. 


Tutorial Project 




Kappa Alpho Theta 


Mortar Boord, Trees. 


NSFGran! 


winner 


Mordi Gros Exec. Bd. 


Shell ond Oar 






Chimes 









COFFEE, TERRY L. 


COHEN, ARLEEN 


COHEN, LARRY A. 


COHEN, PAULA 


COHEN, RAPHAEL 


COKER. SHEILA 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Sherman Oaks 


Fresno 


Los Angeles 


Venice 


foliticol Science 


History 


Political Science 


Anthropology 


Politicol Science 


Sociology 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Lombdo Chi Alpho 




Phi Sigmo Delta 


tsf: UCSB 


Phi Sigma Delta 


Alpha Kappa Alpha 


Interfraternity 




Deon's List 




Socramento 


College 


Council 




Political Science 




internship Prog. 


Commitment Prog. 


Blue Key 




Honors 




Beto Alpha Psi 




COLCLASURE 


COLE, SUSAN 


COLEMAN, JANE 


COLEMAN, 


COLLEnE, 


CONCOFF 


KATHLEEN 


Los Angeles 


Stockton 


RONALD 


LAVWENCE 


ROBERTA 


Alomedo 


Linguistics 


English 


Playo Del Rey 


Manhattan Beach 


Los Angeles 


History 


BA 


BA 


English 


Economics 


SSET 


BA 


Rally Comm. 


tsf: UC Davis 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Gamma Phi Beta, 


Alpho Mu Gamma 




tst: U. of Missouri 


Toll Frog Clubhouse 


tsf: UCB 


Pres. 






Sigma Pi 




Delta Phi Epsilon 



Tutorial Project 




CONDON 


COf^RERAS, 


COOK, MARY 


COOK. MILTON 


ELIZABETH 


JAMES 


Los Angeles 


Los Angelas 


Clare, Iowa 


Hollywood 


English 


History 


Nursing 


Engineering 


BA 


BA 


MS 


BS 


tsf; U. of Redlonds 


Qrder of Golden 


Graduate Nursing 


tsf: Col State L.A. 




Broln 


Assoc 


Kappa Kappa Psi 




Bd. of Control 


Newmon Club 


Intramurols 




Honors Program 


COOPER, ALBERT 


COOPER, LOREN 


CORLETO, SHERRY 


COSTENBADER 


los Angeles 


Polos Verdes Est. 


Von Nuys 


MRS. NOREEN 


Political ScierKe 


Political Science 


Economics 


Los Angeles 


BA 


BA 


BA 


English 


Intramurols 


Delta Gammo 


Phi Sigma Sigma 


BA 


Kenlfiald Athletic 


Pi Sigma Alpha 






Club 









COOK, TONl 


COONS, KATHRYN 


Los Angeles 


Pomona 


History 


Spanish 


BA 


BA 


Wood row Wilson 


Alpho Mu Gemma 


Designat 


Educotion Abrood 


Order of Golden 


Program, Mexico 


Bruin 




COSTON, ROY 


COX. DONALD O. 


Santo Susono 


Newport Beach 


Public Relations 


Mechanical 


BA 


Engineering 


tsf: Pierce JC 


BS 


Varsity Baseball 


Sigma Pi 


Concert Bond 




Morching Bond 





261 



262 



CRAIG, DON 


CRANE, RICHARD 


Wasco 


Ontario 


History 


Poiilicol Science 


BA 


BA 


Lombdo Chi Alpha 


tsf: Brighom Young U 


Alumni Scholar 


Pre-low Society 




Intromurol Athletics 



CRIVARO. KAREN 


CROMWELL, 


Pomona 


NICHOLAS 


Bacteriology 


Polm Springs 


BA 


Economics 


tsf: Mt. Son Antonio 


BA 


Coll. 


AIAA 


University Chorus 


REC Center 


Young Democrots 


Ski Club 



CRONER, PATRICK 


CRONSHAGEN, 


Conoga Park 


EDWARD 


Bacteriology 


Covina 


BA 


Mothematics 




BA 



CROWE, SHIRLEY 


CRUM, WILLIAM 


Pocoima 


Lafoyelle 


Sociology 


Politicol Science 


BA 


BA 


Delta Sigma Theta 


Delto Sigma Phi 




Surf Club 




The "21" Club 




Mardi Gros 



CULBERTSON, 


CULLEN, 


KATHLEEN 


CHRISTINE 


Los Angeles 


Northridge 


Psychology 


Sociology 


BA 


BA 


tsf: use 


Gamma Phi Beta 




Honor Student 




Chimes 



CURRY, CHRISTINE 


CYR, TIMOTHY 


Arcadia 


Long Beach 


Sociology 


Systems 


BA 


Engineering 


tsf: Col Western 


BS 


Delia Dello Delta 


Triangle 


Tutorial Project 


Engineering Society 




UCLA Band 



DALTON, PHIL 

Gordena 

English 

BA 

Theta Chi 

Tutorial Project 

Mardi Gros 




DARTER, MARVIN E, 


DAHAN. D. scon 


Tustin 


San Diego 


Mathematics 


History 


BA 


BA 


tsf: U of Maryland 


Phi Kappa Psi 




CRESTEJO. 

FRANCISCO 

Los Angeles 

Engineering 

BS 

Vorsity Soccer 

Brazilian Student 

Assoc. 



CRON, STEVEN 
North Hollywood 
Political Science 
BA 

Project India 1968 
Hydro House. 
House Advisor 
Tutorial Project 



CROWDER, 

KEMARY 

Walnut 

English 

BA 

Alpha Omicron Pi 

Sabers 

Shell and Oar 



CSEREKLYEI, ILDIKO 

Van Nuys 

Physical Education 

BS 

tsf: Temple U. 

Gymnastics 



CUNNINGHAM. 

GARY 

Son Bernardino 

Politicol Science 

BA 

Beta Theta Pi 

Education Abroad 

Swimming 



DADURKA, 
ELIZABETH FLO 
Ingle wood 
Geography 
BA 

Alpha Phi 
Sophomore 
Sweethearts 



DAMSKI, EVA 


DANIELS, SHERRYL 


Van Nuys 


Los Angeles 


Public Health 


English 


MPH 


BA 


Pi Sigmo Alpha 


Delta Sigma Theta 


Alpha Mu Gammo 


Phroteres 


Dean's List 





DAVID, LOLA 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 

tsf: LA Trode Tech 



DAVID, THOMAS 

Sepulveda 

Psychology 

BA 

Psi Chi 

Washington 

Internship 

Colloquium 



DELANE, MARK 

Inglewood 

Political Science 

BA 



DELNERO, DAVID 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 

Sigma Chi 



DENNISON.KATHY 

La Hobro 

Psychology 

BA 

tsf: UCSB 



DeWin. LESLIE 

Los Angeles 

Political Science 

BS 

tsf: U. of Oregon 



DISANTI, FRANK 

South Gate 

Chemistry 

BS 



DOANE, JEAN 

Los Angeles 

English 

BA 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Chi Delto Pi 

Wesley Foundation 




DAVIS, ANNIE 


DAVIS, JACK 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Sociology 


Physics 


BA 


BS 


tsf: LACC 


Phi Kappa Psi 


Cultural Comm. 




BSU 




House Advisor 





DEA, HONG 


DEASON, RICHARD 


Los Angeles 


Rosewell, MM 


Chemistry 


Political Science 


BS 


BA 


Alpha Chi Sigma 


Pi Lambda Phi 




Bruin Young 




Republicans 




URA Ski Club 




DeGROFF 

CAROLYN 

Los Angeles 

Psychology 

BA 

tsf; UCSB 



DELGADO, 


DELL'OLIO 


ANTONIO 


MARIA 


Venice 


Howthorne 


History 


Itolion 


BA 


BA 



DENEA, DEENA 


DeLUGACH 


Los Angeles 


STANFORD F. 


History 


San Francisco 


BA 


Accounting 


tsf: UCSB 


MS 




Alpha Kappa Psi 




Beta Alpha Psi 




Hillel 



*C^^1 


DEUTSCH 

GABRIEL J. 

Los Angetes 

Economics- 


DeWEES, JILL 

Salinas 

SSET 

BA 


h/* 


Political Science 
BA 


ls(: UCSB 


L^ 





DILLMAN 


DILLON.MARGARET 


LINDA 


Lebonon, Indiana 


Studio City 


Music 


Anthropology 


BA 


BA 


Little Sister, Acacia 


Llniversity Chorus 


Sproul Hall, Social 




Commissioner 




Homecoming Comm. 



DISHAROON, ROB 


DOAN, LARRY 


Lofoyetle 


Downey 


Political Science 


Psychology 


BA 


BA 


Sigmo Chi 


Thsto Delta Chi 


Pi Sigma Alpha 


Atwater-Kent 


Tutorial Proiect 


Awatxi 


Photogrophy Club 


Wind Ensemble 


DOBBINS, SARA 


DOHLIN 


Los Angetes 


MRS. JOYCE 


Politicol Science 


Woodland Hills 


BA 


Political Science 




BA 




ts(: Pierce Coll. 



263 



OORSK, MARILYN 


DOUGLASS, DANIEL 


DRACUP. JANET 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Shermon Oai(s 


Psychology 


Polilicol Science 


Pre-Sociol WeHore 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Isl: UCSB 


Alpho Tou Omega 
Pi Sigmo Alpho 
SLC 


Is): Seoltle Pacific Coll 



DROBMAN. 


DRUMLEWICZ, 


JEFFREY 


ANNA 


North Hollywood 


Los Angeles 


Engineering 


History 


BS 


BA 


Phi Epsilon Pi 


Alpho Xi Delto 




KoydeHe President 




Bruin Week Exec. Bd 




DU ARTE, GILBERT 


DUARTE. JAMES 


DUBSON F. JERRY 


DREYER, ELYSE 


DUEHREN, KATHLEEN 


DUGGAN, JOHN 


Sonlo Monica 


Borslow 


Venice 


Son Mateo 


Van Nuys 


La Habro 


History 


Geogrophy 


Industriol Design 


Spanish 


Sociology 


Political Science 


BA 


BA 


MA 


BA 


BA 


BS 




Varsity track 


Isf: LJ. of Illinois 


tsl: UCSB - 


tsf: Mt. St. Mory's 
Roily Comm. 


tsf: Fullerton JC 



DUGGAN, SEAN 


DUNN, DANA KAY 


DURAND. RAYMOND 


DUDEK, SARA 


DUSENBURY 


DYE, TRICIA 


Sonto Monico 


Redwood City 


Sonlo Monico 


Encino 


CAROLYN 


Pocific Palisades 


History 


English 


Engineering 


Art History 


Torronce 


Art 


BA 


BA 


BSE 


BA 


Library Science 


BA 


tsl: UCSB 


Pi Beta Phi 


tntromurol Bosket- 


tsf: UCI 


MLS 


Isf: UCI 


Phi Delto Thelo 


UCLA Madrigals 
UCLA ACoppello 
Tutorial Project 


boll. Computer Club 








DYER. CHRISTINA 


DYMOND 


EATON, DONALD 


DU ROUSSEAU. 


ECONOMIDIS 


EDWARDS, KEITH 


Newport Beach 


ROSEANNE 


Gronodo Hills 


PATRICIA 


THEOFANIS 


Monrovia 


Politicol Science 


Los Angeles 


English 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Zoology 


BA 


Bocteriology 


BA 


History 


Computer Engineer 


BA 


ts(: UCSB 


BA 


Phi Eto Sigma 


BA 


BS 


UCLA Baseball 








Uni-Comp 


"Alexander the 


Choos House 








Project Indio 


Great" club 


f^use Adv isor. 








Crossroads Africa 




Pacific House 



EISENMAN 


ELBERGER, JANET 


STEPHEN 


Dcwney 


Sepulveda 


Sociology 


Political Science 


BA 


BA 


tsf: UCR 


Thelo Xi 


Tutorial Project 



ELLIS, RONALD 


ELSTER. EDWARD 


ENGEL. RODNEY 


Palm Desert 


Santo Monica 


Von Nuys 


Economics 


English 


Political Science 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Belo Alpho Psi 


tsf: Cerritos JC 


tsJ: LA. Valley JC 


Honors Progrom 




Himolaya House 


Deon's List 






Karate Club 








ENGLE, MARCIA 

Riverside 

French 

BA 

tsf: UC Riverside 

Delta Gomma 



EPSTEIN.NATAN 

Beverly Hills 

Economics 

BA 

tsf: U. of Cincinnoti 



EU.ING, EUGENE 

Los Angeles 

Economics 

BA 

Theto Xi, Social 

Chmn. 



ESTRIN, EaEN 


ETON, KENNETH 


EVANS. ANTONIA 


Long Beoch 


Gorden Grove 


Los Angeles 


Anthropology 


Engineering 


English 


BA 


BS 


BA 


tsf: UCSB 


tsf: Col State. Long 


Delto Sigma Theto 




Beoch 


Doily Bruin Stoff 
Tutorial Project 
YMCA 



Alpho Tou Omega. 




Greek Week 






Tutorial Project 


Little Sister 




Mardi Gros 






YMCA 


FARBER, CAROL 


FARBER. MELVIN 


ESCUETA. SUSAN 


FAZIO. FRANK 


FECHO. CLAUDIA 


FELDMAN.SANDRA 


Pasadena 


Toaono 


Los Angeles 


Pocoimo 


Culver City 


La Conado 


Pre SociolWelfore 


Music 


Psychology 


Civil Engineering 


Political Science 


History 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BS 


BA 


BA 


tsf: Occidental ColL 


tsf: Pierce Coll. 


tsf: U. of Santo 


Computer Club 




Christian Science 


Conse rv Qtion Club 


A Coppella Choir 


Tomos. Philippines 






Org. 


Zero Population 


Chess Club 


UCLA Philippine 






Asher Student 


Growth 




Assoc 






Foundation 


FERGUSON 


FERM. M. ROBERT 


FAZECAS.JUAN 


FEUERSTEIN 


FICKEWIRTH 


FELDING 


LANCE 


Sherman Ooks 


Los Angeles 


EaiOT 


JOHN M. 


STEPHANI 


Los Armeies 


Political Science 


Economics 


Los Angeles 


El Monte 


Los Angeles 


English 


BA 


BA 


Political Science 


History 


Theater Arts 


BA 


tsf: LA. Volley Coll. 


Data Processing 


BA 


BA 


BA 


tsf: OWohomo U. 




Brozilion Student 


Doily Bruin 


UCLA Students of 


Honors Progrom 265 


KLA Generol Mgr. 




Assoc. 


Sailing Club 


objectivism 




Honors Program 








Mountaineers 












266 




FIELDS. BEHE LOU 

Covino 

Boderiology 

BA 

Phrateres 

Hillel 



FINE, LEANNA 
ios Angeles 
Design 
BA 



FLAMMANG, JANET 

Encino 

Politicol Science 

BA 

Koppa Alpha Theto 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Political Science 

Honorary 



FLETCHER. THOMAS 

Mil! Voltey 

Structural Engineer 

BS 

Triangle 

ESUC 



FONG. GLENN 
Los Angeles 
Computer Science 
BS 

SigmoPi Delia 
Tou Belo Pi 
EUSC 
Computer Club 



FORMATO, PATRICIA 

Eoslchester, N.Y. 

Political Science 

BA 

ls(; Endicott JC. Mass. 



FOX, GARY L. 

Los Angeles 

Physics 

BA 

tsf: SMCC 

Triongle 

Sigma Pi Sigma 



FRANZREB. BARBARA 

Rolling Mills 

Zoology 

BA 

Figure Skating Club 





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FINCH, CONNIE 

Garden Grove 

History 

BA 

Pi Beta Phi 



FISHBACK, ROBERT 

V.solia 

PreDental/Psychology 

BA 

tsf Coll of Sequoias 

Circle K club 

Ski Club 

Dorm Student Govt. 



FLEMING, MERL 
Northridge 



Bacteriology 

BA 

Track 

Cross Country 



FLEXO. PHILIP 

Los Angeles 

Psychology 

BA 

Isl: SMCC 



FONG, IRENE 

Los Angeles 

SSET 

BA 

tsf: LACC 



FINE, EVELYN 

inglev^ood 

Nursing 

BS 

tsf: U, of Redlonds 

Alpha Tou Delta 



FISHER, MARK 

Gordena 

Political Science 

BA 

Student Judicial Bd. 



FLEISCHER 
DOUGLAS 

Beverly Hills 

Economics 

BA 

Army ROTC 

De Moloy 



FONFARA, PHILIP 

La Mirodo 

Political Science 

BA 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Blue Key 

Freshman Baseball 



FONG, LINDA 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 

tsf: UCSB 



FORREST 


FORTMUELLER 


ERNESTINE 


BETH 


Los Angeles 


Hollywood 


Political Science 


Political Science 


BA 


BA 


Alpha Kappo Alpha 


Projecl India 


Alumni Scholar 


Dykstro Hall, House 


Spurs, Editor 


Advisor 


FRAG A, KATHLEEN 


FRANK, WILLIAM 


Fresno 


Los Angeles 


English 


Psychology 


BA 


BA 


tsf: U. of Santo Clora 


Sigma Alpho Epsilon 




EO 




Blue Key 


FRANZREB, KATHLEEN 


ERASER, CAROL 


Rolling Hills 


Los Altos 


Zoology 


English 


BA 


BA 


Ice Skating Club 


Delta Gommo 




Sophomore Sv^eef- 




hearts 



FRASH, WILLIAM 

Polos Verdes Est. 

Politicol Science 

BA 

Beta Theat Pi 

Pre-Low Society 

Sigma Sigmo Honor 

Society 



FUCHS, JIRINA 

West Los Angeles 

SlovicLongooges 

BA 

Amer. Assoc, for 

the Advancement of 

Slavic Studies 

Not'! Winters Club 



FUKUMOTO 

YUKIKO 

Loi Angeles 

Political Science 

BA 



FRAZIER.JANET 

Whittier 

History 

BA 

tsf; Rio Hondo Coll. 

Uni-Comp 

Shell and Oor 



FRAZIN. CYNTHIA 


FREDERICK 


North Hollywood 


PATRICIA 


Sociology 


Norwolk 


BA 


History 


tsf: Pierce Coll. 


BA 


Alpho Epsilon Phi 


Phi Sigma Sigma 


Tutorial Proiect 


Mortar Board 


Mardi Gros 


Prytoneons 



FREEMAN 


FREnUM 


KENNETH 


CHRISTINE 


Van Nuys 


Sherman Oaks 


Political Science 


Dance 


BA 


BFA 




tsf; SlephensColl., 




Mo. 




Alpha Gamma Delta 



FU. SANDRA H. 

Los Angeles 

Special Education 

MA 



FUJI, GAYLE 

Wafsonville 

Mothemotics 

BA 



FUNG, ANGELA 

Hong Kong 

Economics 

BA 

Temple-Buell 

Coll., Colo. 



GAFFORD 


GALAMBOS 


LORRAINE 


DEBORAH 


Santa Monico 


Los Angeles 


Public Health- 


Sociology 


Medical Records 


BA 


BS 


tsf: UCSB 


tsf: Coll. of Son 




Mateo 





FRAZIER, Jr. 

RAWLS 

Alhombro 

Chemistry 

BS 



FREED, LANCE 

Los Angeles 

Psychology 

BS 

tsf: Kent State U., 

Ohio 

Psycfiology Action 

Committee 



FREYHOFER 

HORST 

Santa Monico 

History 

BA 

tsf: SMCC 

Honors Program 




FRIEDMAN.SUSAN 

Sherman Oaks 

Art 

BA 

tsf: UCSB 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Deon's List 

Mordi Gros 




HS, ANNEHE 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 

tsf; SFVSC 



FUJIMOTO, BARBIE 

Monrovia 

English 

BA 

tsf: Posodeno CC 

Theto KappQ Phi 



FURUTO, DONALD 

Los Angeles 

Zoology 

BA 



GAUION, LYNNE 

Atherton 

Pictoriol Arts 

BA 

tsf: Coll. of Son 

Moteo 












267 



GAIPERT, NONI 


GALLAGHER, 


GANDARA, DANIEL 


GANNON, BEVERLY 


GELFAND, LINDA 


GANULIN, DENISE 


Posodeno 


H.JAMES 


Whittier 


Foils Church, Vo. 


Lokewood 


Rolling Hills 


English 


Modesto 


Economics 


Psychology 


English 


Psychology 


BA 


Operations 


BS 


BA 


BA 


BA 


tsf: use 


Research 


Beta Thela Pi 


Chi Omega 




tsf: Col, Stole Long 


Phroleres 


BS 




Intromurals 




Beach 


Deon's List 


tsf: Modesto JC 




Mardi Gros 




Alpha Delta Pi, Treos 




Alpha Tou Omega 




Conservation Club 




SVicePres. 


GARCIA. ERNEST J. 


GARCIA, GILBERT 


GARROW, DUSTIN 


GEE, ARTHUR 


GEYER, BARBARA 


GELLMAN, BARBARA 


Culver City 


Los Angeles 


Polmdole 


Borstovs' 


Son Marino 


Alhombro 


English 


Sponish 


Economics 


English 


History 


History 


MA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


ts(: Coll. of Sonto Fe; 


tst: UCSB 


Intramural sports 


English Honor Society 


tsf: UCSB 


tsf: PCC 


New Mexico 








Alpha Chi Omega 


Sproul Hall Res. 


UMAS 








Chimes 
Deon's List 


Assoc. 
Persephone, Treas. 


GEILMAN, EMILY 


GEOGHEGAN. 


GERSTEIN, JOYCE 


GETZ, CHARLES 


GILDEA, JAMES 


GHIRELLI, ROBERT 


Alhombro 


ROBERT 


Van Nuys 


Dollas 


San Carlos 


Dov/ney 


German 


Santa Monico 


Anthropology 


History 


Political Science 


Bacteriology 


BA 


Economics 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Delia Zeto 


BA 




Pre-Low Society 




Lambda Chi Alpha 



Sabers 




GIANEHO, ROBERT 


GIBSON, ROYCE 


GIBSON, 


THOMAS 


GIGLIOni, 


Los Angeles 


Sonto Monica 


Atlanta, Georgia 


MARGHERITA 


Business 


Psychology 


Economics 




Long Beach 


MBA 


BA 


BA 




Design 


Research Asst. 


tsf: LBCC 


tsf: UCSD 




BA 




A Coppello Choir 


Dean's List 




Dean's List 




Theatre 


AIESEC 
Ski Club 







268 




GILLESPIE. LARRIAN 

Burbank 

Psychology 

BA 

Women's Fencing 

Teom 

TAE; Les Savants 

Psi Chi 



GIUON, WILLIAM 


GLENN, LAURIE 


GIRARDIN, SUSAN 


GISETTI, SERAPHIM 


GISMOT. LINDA 


GLASSMAN 


Anohelm 


Pacific Palisades 


North Hollywood 


Los Angeles 


Son Mateo 


MICHAa 


History 


Music 


English 


Psychology 


English 


Los Angeles 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Political Science 


tsf: Fullerton JC 


Alpfio LombdoDelta 
A copello Cfioir 








BA 

tsf; UCSB 

Zeta Beta Tou 

Pi Sigmo Alpha 


GLEICKE 


GOLDSTONE 


GLICKMAN, JUDY 


GLUCKSMAN.DICK 


GOLDBECK 


GOLDBERG 


ROCHELLE 


RICHARD 


Sonta Monica 


Los Angeles 


SUSAN 


DEBORAH 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Mathematics 


Nutritional Science 


Resedo 


Los Angeles 


History 


Tfieater Arts 


BA 


BSPH 


English 


History 


BA 


BA 


Mortar Bd., Sec. 


Phi Sigmo Delta 


BA 


BA 


Deon's List 


tsf: SMCC 


Chimes 
Bruin Belles 


Freshmon 

Basketball 

Deon's List 


tsf: Pierce JC 




GOLDEN, PATRICIA 


GOSLINS. MIRIAM 


GOODKIN 


GOODKIN, PETER 


GOODRUM.TONY 


GORDON, JOYCE 


Los Angeles 


Downey 


BARBARA 


Los Angeles 


Newport Beach 


Los Angeles 


Nursing 


Political Science- 


Los Angeles 


Chemistry 


Economics 


History 


as 


Spanisfi 


Political Science 


BS 


BA 


BA 


tsf: UCSF 


BA 


BA 


Notionol Science 


tsf: UCI 


Young Democrats 


Deon's List 


Mortar Board 




Foundation 


Himolayo 


Washington Intern- 


Regent Scfiolor 


EAP 




Sailing 


Hedrici Hall,Pres. 


ship Program 




Spurs 




Scuba Diving 


Mordi Gros 


Photo Club 




GORDON, LYNNE 

San Diego 

SSET 

BA 

tsf: Son Diego St. 




GOULD, ALISON 


GOURLEY, STEVEN 


Beverly Hills 


Lennox 


Political Science 


Political Science/ 


BA 


Spanish 


Bruinettes 


BA 




Political Science 




Honor Society 




EAP, Mod rid 



GRAffFE, CATIE 

Studio City 

Political Science 

MA 

tsf; Cornell U.,N.Y. 



GRAFF, KAREN 

Shermon Ooks 

Sociology 

BA 

Phi Sigma Sigma 

Musicol Comedy 

Workshop 



269 



Los Angeles 

Heollh Educ- 

Environmental Science 

MPH 

Isf: Bradley U.. III. 

GSA 



GREWAR, WILLIAM 

Los Angeles 

Economics 

BA 

Tau Alpha Epsilon 

Veterans Club 

Financial Counselor 



GREEN. RICHARD 


GREENSTEIN, LINDA 


GREENSTEIN, SANDY 


GREENWALD, RANDY 


GREGORY 


Glendale 


Los Angeles 


Sherman Oaks 


Los Angeles 


RANDOLPH 


Zoology 


English 


History 


Sociology 


Los Angeles 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


English 


tsf: Glendale JC 


Sigma Delto Tau 


Prytoneans 


Pi Lambda Phi 


BA 






Project Amigos 


Deon's List 
Sociology Org., Co- 
Pres. 


Phi Kappa Sigmo, Pres 
Freshman Crew 
NROTC 


GROAT, GEOFFREY 


GROBECKER 


GRODIN, DONNA 


GRONFEIN, JEROME 


GROS BERG 


Fullerton 


PAMELA 


Los Angeles 


Granada Hills 


BARBARA 


Psychology 


Arcodia 


Pre Social Welfare 


History 


Belmont 


BA 


Sociology 


BA 


BA 


Psychology 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


BA 




Phi Sigmo Delta 


BA 


Blue Key 


Gommo Phi Beta 




NROTC 


tsf: SFVSC 


Alumni Scholar 


Anchors 




Prof. Evaluation Book 


Alpha Epsilon Phi 


Honors at Entrance 




.&_ 




Ski Club 




GROSS 

MRS, ANGELA Y. 

Los Angeles 

Anthropology 

BA 

tsf: LA. Valley JC 

AlphoMu Gamma 



GROSS, ARNOLD 

Los Angeles 

English 

BA 

Marching Band 

Wind Ensemble 

Deon's List 



GROSS, IRWIN 

Los Angeles 

Anthropology 

BA 

Irf: El Camino JC 

Mon of the Year 

1965-66, ElComino 



GRUSHKIN, 

ELIZABETH 

Alhambra 

Art History 

BA 

tsf: ELAC 



GUDOa, DEAN 

Inglewood 

Politicol Science 

BA 

AROTC 



GUILTINAN, THOMAS 

Altodeno 

Psychology 

BA 

tsf: Son Diego State 



GUNTER, PATRICIA 

Culver City 

Theater/Film Writing 

BA 

Prylaneons 

Spurs 

Film Cofnmisslon 

Bruineltes 



GUREVITZ, CHERYL 
North Hollywood 
Mathematics 
BA 



GUSINO\y LESLIE 
Encino 
Sociology 
BA 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Bruinettes 
Sophomore Sweet- 
hearts 



HAYNES, DOUGLAS 
Los Angeles 
Politicol Science 
BA 

Zeto Beta Tau 
Blue Key 
Pre-Law Society 
Surf Club 



HACKETT, KATHLEEN 

Salinas 

History 

BA 



HAHN, GARY 

Sierra Modre 

History 

BA 

Pres. Rieber Hall 

Residents Assoc. 

Rieber hiall 

Horrororium 



HAJIAN 


HALEY, BARBARA 


HALEY, RICHARD 


HALKIDES, ROB 


HAU, CHERYL 


HAli, CHRISTINE 


SHAHROKH 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Gronodo Hills 


Gorden Grove 


Son Pedro 


Los Angeles 


History 


Law 


Slavic Language 


Design 


Speech 


Engineering 


BA 


JD 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BS 


tsf: UCD 


tsf: Col Stole LA 


tsf: Oregon Stole 


Chi Omego 


Koppo Alpha Theto 


Ironion Students 








Dean's List 


Miss UCLA finolist 


Club 








AWS General 
Representative 


1958 
Mardi Gros Chmn. 


HAU, PATRICIA 


^^^H HAMMONS, 


HANCOCK, JUDITH 


HANLEY, CHESTER 


HANSON 


HAPPEKOTTE 


North (Hollywood 


M^B OAVIO 


Inglewood 


Los Angeles 


SANDRA 


PATRICK 


Nursing 


l^^^l Los Angeles 


History 


Anthropology 


Conogo Pork 


Los Angeles 


BS 


l^^H Psychology 


BA 


BA 


Politicol Science 


Joponese 


Angel Flight 


»^^ BA 

LJni Camp Board 

Mordi Gros Chmn. 

Campus Tomorrow 


tsf; UCSB 




BA 


BA 

tsf: Fullerton JC 

Jopon Study Group 




HARANO, WENDIE 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 

Alpha MuGommo 



HARBAUGH. JAN 

Son Bernardino 

Music 

BA 

Gommo Phi Beta 

Dean's List 

Symphonic Wind 

Ensemble 



HARDESTY 

CATHERINE 

Cucomonga 

Psychology 

BA 

Rally Committee 

Lombdo Chi Alpha. 

LiHie Sister 



HARMON,PAMELA 

Los Angeles 

Sociology 

BA 

tsf: U. olRedlands 



HARMON. STEVEN 

Los Angeles 

Politicol Science 

BA 

tsf: Chaffey Coll. 



HARRIS, VICTORIA 

Hollywood 

Art History 

BA 

Alpha Phi 

Uni-Comp 

Col Club 

Campus Tomorrow 



HARRISON 
GORDON 
Inglewood 
Economics 
BA 

UrKjergroduate 
Economics Org. 
Pre- Low Society 



HARTKEMEIER 

LEONARD 

Los Altos 

Economics 

BA 

Asher House 

Christian Science 

Organization 



HARTZaL 


HARVEY, MARLA 


HAnORI, MARI 


CHRISTOPHER 


Son Diego 


West Los Angeles 


Pasodena 


English 


Design 


Psychology 


BA 


BA 


BA 


tsf: UCSF 


tsf. LACC 


Scuba Club 


Alpha Epsilon Phi 




Ski Club 






Soiling Club 







272 



HAUSER, RICHARD 

Los Angeles 

Political Science 

BA 

Tytoriol Projed 

Bruin Christian 

Fellowship 



HAYCOX. HILLARY 

Lo Conada 

History 

BA 

Delto Gommo 



HffiDEN, MARSHA 

FuMerton 

History 

BA 

Comma Phi Beta, Pres. 

UCLA Panhell.. Tr^ 

Deons List 

Tutorial Project 



HEICHMAN.GAIL 

Gordena 

Nursing 

BS. RN. PHN 

Atpho Tou Delta 

Nursing Gloss 

Secretary 



HEISER, Wll 

Simi 

Zoology 

BA 

Phi Eto Sigma 

Tutorio! Project 

Project Amigos 

Life 



HENDERSON 

PATRICIA 

Los Angeles 

Sociology 

BA 

tsf: UCS6 




HAUSMAN, JEFFREY 


HAWKINS, JAMES 


Beverly Hills 


Sonto Monico 


History 


Psychology 


BS 


BA 


Isl: LA. Volley Coll. 


tsf: SMCC 


Alpho Ep ilon Pi 




Pre-Legol Society 





HERRMANN. VALERIE 


HERNDON, HALLIE 


Los Angeles 

English 

BA 


Sacromento 

Economics 

BA 




Sigma Kappa 
Anchors 



HERZBERG, BERNARD 

Atlontic City. N.J. 

Bocteriology 

BA 

Life 

Hillel 

Co-ed Softboli 



HAYES, JERALDINE 


HAYLES, SUSAN 


Los Angeles 




Seol Beoch 


Sociology 




English 


BA 

I 




BA 

Gommo Phi Beto 

Chimes 

Intromurol Activities 

University Chorus 


HECKMAN, 


LINDA 


HEDRICK, JANET 


Sun Cit'y 




Pasodeno 


Psychology 




Sociology 


BA 




BA 




HEIFETZ, JAY 


HEISER, CAROL 


Los Angeles 


Stockton 


T.V. Prod. 


Physical Educotion 


BA 


BS 


Assistant Director, 


Bruin Dolls 


Associated Students 


V^men's Golf Teom 


Information Service 




Comm. Bd. 




naicR, STEPHEN 


HELPER. MADELINE 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Psychology 


Art 


BA 


BS 


Phi Sigmo Delto 


LASA 



HERMAN. 


JUDITH 


HERMANSON, JANE 


Monterey 


Park 


San Pedro 


Sponish 




Design 


BA 




BA 


tsf: UCR 




Alpho Phi 
Bruin Belle 
ASUCLA Fashion Bd. 



HERTZJI SMLLIAM F. 

Torzano 

History 

BA 

Pre-low Society 

Intramural Sports 



HESS. KRISTINA 


HESSaLUND 


Newport Beoch 


GLORIA 


Sociology 


Santo Borboro 


BA 


Sociology 


Kappo Koppa 


BA 


Gommo 


Long Beoch Stole 


Women's Volleyball 





HEWin, ROSNY 


HIGGS, CHRISTINE 


Los Angeles 


Long Beoch 


English 


English 


BA 


BA 




tsf: Long Beach CC 




Gammo Phi Beto 




Soph. Sweetheorts 




Chimes 


HILBERMAN, JOE 


^ST 


Los Angeles 


U^'^V 


PoliHcol Science 


T^Tl 


BA 


\ «-^# 


Blue Key 


\jlM^^ 


Pi Sigmo Alpha 


jm_m 


Yell Leader 


dr.^ 



HIND ERER, JANET 


HINDERER, KARL 


Los Angeles 




Los Angeles 


Mothemotics 




Geography 


BA 




BA 


tsf: SMCC 




tsf: SMCC 




Ch 


Gamma Iota 



HINES, SHARON 


HINKEY, AMRY 


TorrarKe 


Sonto Ana 


Zoology 


Psychology 


BA 


BA 


tsf: El Camino Col 1. 


tsf: Col Western 




Delta Delta Delto 



HiNTZE.CORRINE 

Los Angeles 

English 

BA 

tsf: U. of Sonto 

Cloro 



Folcons 



NRAMOTO, IRENE 

Fresno 

Sociology 

BA 

tsf; Coll. of Sequoias 

Nisei Bruin Club 

Tutorial 



H1STB3. LOUISE 


HOFBB^G 


Los Angeles 


RHONDA 


History 


North Hollywood 


BA 


Geography 


University Chorus 


BA 


Tutorial Project 


Hillel 


Campus Tomorrow, 


Dean's List 


Exec. Bd. 


Sailing Club 


HOLYK, CHERYL 


HOM, MON BILL 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Nursing 


Political Science 


BS 


Economics 




BA 




UCLA Marching 




Bond 




Pre-Low Society 


HSIEH. AMY 


HSIUNG, BING 


Hollywood 


Santa Monico 


Chemistry 


Mathematics 


BS 


BA 




UCLA Chinese 




Student Club 



Hia, ANDREA 




HILL, NANCY 


Los Angeles 




Riverside 


Pictorial Arts 




History 


BA 




BA 




tsf: 


Hillsdole Coll. 
Inverness, V.P. 




HIGHFILL, MARY 

Fullerton 

Geography 

BA 

tsf: UCI 

Sigma Kappa 



HINES. KAREN 

TorrarKe 

Psychology 

BA 

tsf: UCSB 



HINKLE, ANNE 

Ottsville, Penn. 

English 

BA 

tsf: U. of N. Homp. 

Delta Zeto 

Sec.. Ponhellenic 



HIRSCH.JOANNE 

Van Nuys 

French 

BA 

Alpho GommaMu 



HOaiOAY. SUSAN 

Son Fernondo 

History 

BA 

tsf: Pierce JC 

Delta Sigma Theto 



HOWE, ROBERT 

Manhattan Beach 

Pottttcol ScierKe 

BA 

Phi Koppo Sigmo 

Blue Key 

Kelps 



HUNT 

8ARR1NGTON 

Inglewood 

Public Service 

BA 

Phi Bo Sigma 

Public Service, 

Foculty Comm. 



273 




HUNT, PETER 


HUNTINGTON, B. 


HOBAN, SHEILA 


Bokersfield 


KEITH 


Akron, Ohio 


'sychoiogy 


El Cajon 


Nursing 


BA 


Zoology 


BS 


si: New Mexico 


BA 


Alpha Xi Delta 


Military Institute 


tsf; Whitworth Coll., 


Student Nurse 




Washington 


Assoc, of Calif. 




H0B50N, MARY 


HOFFER, SUSAN 


Santo Monico 


Son Diego 


Chemistry 


Economics 


BS 


BA 


sf: Tulso U. 


tsf: UCR 


Sailing Club 





274 



HOFFMAN, CATHIE 


HOFFMAN, MARJA 


HOLLINGSWORTH 


Polos Verdes 


Corlsbod 


JAMES 


History 


Psychology 


Posodeno 


BA 


BA 


Economics 


tsf; Stephens Coll., 


Delto Gommo 


BA 


Mo. 


Spurs 

Bruin Belles 
Shell and Oar 


NROTC 


HONGOLA, NANCY 


HONIG, BARBARA 


HONOWITZ, MELVIN 


Ontario 


Los Angeles 


Posodeno 


Economics 


Sociol Welfare 


Political Science 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Delto Gommo 


Phroteres 


tsf: PCC 
Pi Sigma Alpha 
Political Science Honors 
Cum Laude 


HOWELL, ROBERT 


HSIU. MARGARET 


HUBBARD, LINDA 


Wilmette, III. 


Los Angeles 


Menio Park 


History 


Nutrition 


History 


BS 


MA 


BA 


tsf; Xovier U., Ohio 




Gamma Phi Beto 


Pi Lambda Phi 




Shell and Oor 
Exeptionol Children's 
Tutorial Project 



HOOPER, CHARLES 

Sylmor 

Engineering/Systems 

BS 

Thelo Xi, Pres, 

NROTC Botollion 

Commander 

IFC-Judiciol Boord 



HULL, CORLE K. 
Sonto Monica 
Librory Science 
MLS 



HOLSTEIN, BURT 
Studio City 
Zoology 
BA 



IKEMOTO, JUNE 

Anaheim 

Sociology 

BA 

Chi Alpha Delta 

Unicomp 

Tutorial Project 

Chi Alpha Delta 



HOSOKAWA, KAZUO 
Los Angeles 
Engineering 
BS 



HUM, SUE S. 

Borstow 

Public Health 

BS 

UCLA Chinese 

Students' Club 



HONDA, ANN 

Alhambro 

History 

BA 

Nisei Bruin Club 

Asion American 

Tutorial Project 



HOWARD, GREGG 

Los Angeles 

Speech 

BA 

tsf: Oregon Stole U. 

L ond S Honors 



IKEGUCHI, 

BARBARA 

Long Beoch 

English 

BA 

Theto Koppo Phi 




275 



1 JOHNSON. MICHAEL 


JOHNSON, RODGER 


Lakewood 


Long Beoch 


Physics 


Chemistry 


BS 


BS 


Society of Physics 


Sigma Nu 


Students 


Blue Key 


^^^B JOHMSrON. PAUL 


JONES, GEORGIA 


^^^K Bell 


Los Angeles 


^^^^H 


Polilicol Science 


^^^K 


BA 


^^^H ELAC 


Isf: El Comino JC 


^^^^^^m Young 




^^^^^B Democrots 




^^^^^^V intromurol Athletics 




^^^Hl dianne 


JUUL. MARGIT 


^^^^^^B Los Angetes 


Torronce 


^^^^^^K Physicol Educotion 


History 


^^^H 


BA 


^^^^^B 


Alpha Chi Omega 


^^^^^^H Exceptionol Children's 




^^^^^B 





276 







U^^. 




KAGEN, JOYCE 


KAHN, MICHAEL 


Los Angeles 


Northridge 


English 


Polilicol Science 


BA 


BA 




Judicial Bd. Chmn. 




Washington 




Internship Prog. 




Phi Eta Sigma, Pres 


KAISER, EUGENIE 


KAMIN, LISA 


San Froncisco 


Beverly Hills 


Politicol Science 


History 


BA 


BA 


tsf: Stephens Coll., Mo. 


Phrateres 


Koppa Delto 




Tutorioi Project 




Young Democrats 




KAPLAN, MARJORIE 


KARPEL, ALYCE 


Los Angeles 


North Hollywood 


Sociol Welfare 


History 


BA 


BA 








KAZNER. CATHERINE 


KEELING, JOHN 


Long Beach 


Los Angeles 


Sociology 


History 


BA 


BA 


tsf: UCSB 


Phi Etc Sigma 




Skin 'n Scuba 




Jr. Vorstfy Crew 




Newman Club 




KELBER. MICHAEL 
Ontorio 

Zoology-Psychoiogy 
BA 


KELES. BIRGEN 
Los Angetes 
Economics 
MA 




Foreign oid and 
development of 
Turkey 




JOHNSON, TERESA 

Lo Canada 

English 

BA 

tsf: UCSB 




JOSEPHS, JEANEnE 

Lo Crescento 

Library Science 

MLS 

tsf: Rutgers U. 




jrw-**-! 



KADANER, BARBARA 

Mercer Island, Wash. 

Public Health 

BS 

tsf: U. of Washington 

Phi Sigma Sigma 




KAISER. CAROLYN 

El Monte 

Geography 

8A 

Sigma Kappa 

Shell ond Oar 




KANEGAI, ELAINE 
Los Angeles 
Health Recreational 
Sciences 
BA 

tsf: use 




KAY, MICHAEL 

Los Angeles 

Political Science 

BA 

Isf LACC 

Sigma Tau Sigma 




KEITH, CHRISTINE 

Beverly Hills 

Art History 

BA 

tsf UCSB 

Koppa Kappa Gomma 




KELLER, LYNDA H. 

Los Angeles 

Psychology 

BA 

Phi Mu 





KELLY. SHARON 

Venice 

Art History 

BA 

tsl: UCB 




KENNEDY. LINDA 

Culver City 

English 

BA 

Dean's List 




KERR, JANET 

Arcadia 

Art History 

BA 

tsf; UCSB 

Pi Beto Phi 








KETTMB?. MARY 
Van Nuys 
Economics 
BA 
AIESEC. Vice Pres. 
WorldTravel Coun- 
cil 
Ski Club 



KIMURA ANN 

Honolulu. HCTwoii 

Psychology 

BA 

tsf: U. of Hawaii 

Pi Gamma Mu 

Alpha Lambda 

Delto 



KINGSBURY 

BRUCE 

Inglewood 

Political Science 

BA 

Phi Delta Theta 

AFROTC 




KISER. SUSAN 

North Hollywood 

English 

BA 

tsf; Col Poly 




KLEIN, FREDRICK 

Roslyn Heights N.Y. 

Business 

MBA 

Intromurais 

Teaching Asst. 







KELLY. STEPHEN 


KELSEY. MARY 


Santo Clara 


Long Beach 


Psychology 


Art History 


BA 


BA 


Sigma Alpha 


Chi Omega 


Epsilon 


Bruinettes 


NROTC 


Bruin Belles 


KENT, CINDY 


KERINS, LAURA C. 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Pre Social Wellore 


Psychology 


BA 


BA 


Alpha Epsilon Phi 


tsf: Whittier Coll. 


NPI Volunteaf 


A cappelta Choir 


Hearl Assoc. 


Exceptional Child- 


Soph. Sweethearts 


ren's TutorialProject 





KETCHAM,DANia 

Lino, NY. 

Physical Education 

BS 










^ 4: 




KLAUSTERMEYER 

JANIE 

Fullerton 

Sociology 

BA 

KoF>pa AlphoTheto 

Uni-Comp 

Sigma Chi Princess 





KETCHAM. TERRY 

Sonto Monica 

Hislorical 

Musicology 

MA 

"Analysis of 

Handel's Ariodante 

and Jophtho" 



KHALEGHI 
MOSTAFA 


KIM, 


SUE ANN 
Pasadena 


Los Angeles 

Engineering 

BS 




Education 
PhD 



KING, ROY WAYNE 


KINGSBURY 


Sonta Monica 


JOAN RUTH 


Political Science 


San Diego 


BA 


Latin Americon 


Phi Gomma Delta 


Studies 


Frosh Footboll 


BA 


Varsity Football 


Steven's House 


Kelps 


Sailing Club 



KIPNIS, ALAN 


KIRK, M. scon 


Northridge 


Granada Hills 


Mothematics 


Zoology 


BA 


BA 


tsf: UCSD 


tsf; Brigham Young 


Monte Carlo 


Lambdo Chi Alpha 


Mardi Gros 





KIEIN, CAROL 

Los Angeles 

Anthropology 

BA 

Rieber Hall 

University Chorus 

AAordi Gros 



KLEIN, AAAXINE 

Millbrae 

English 

BA 


KLEIN, PHIL 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 


Sigma Kappo 


Phi Kappa Sigma 
Frosh Basketball 




Honors Program 




Tutorial Project 



277 



KLIMENKO 


KLITSNER, RONNI 


KLUM. CHARLES 


KNAUL, CAROLE 


KLENSIN. ROBERT 


KODAMA, SAC HI 


KATHERINE 


Encino 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Tucson 


San Diego 


Los Angeles 


Sociology 


Political Science 


Theater Arts; T.V. 


Philosophy 


SSET 


Sponish 


BA 


BS 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


tsf: UCSB 


Acocia 


Koppo Kappa Gamma 

Registror 

KLA Radio StoH 

Troffic Mgr. 


Phi Eta Sigma 


tsf; Son Diego Stole 
Chi Alpha Delta 


KOH.S. STEVEN H. 


KOHN. WILLIAM 


KOOYERS. LONNA 


KRAJIAN. CHRISTINE 


KOCHLACS, PETER 


KRASOVEC, DIANNE 


Cucomongo 


Beverly Hills 


Bellinghom, Wash. 


Sierra Modre 


Pacific Palisades 


Son Pedro 


Economics 


Chemistry 


Mathematics 


English 


Psychology 


Psychology 


BA 


BS 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Campus Crusade for 


Chem. Advisory 




tsf; UCR 




Psi Chi 


Christ 


Council 








Snow Ski Club 


Sailing Club 


SAACS 








Woter Ski Club 


Deon's List 


Alpha Chi Sigma 










KREBS, MARILYN 


KREMER, VIVIAN 


KRIKORIAN 


KRONBERG. JEAN 


KRAMER, HARRIET 


KUBY. FLORA-LINDA 


Los Angeles 


Philadelphia. Pa. 


KAPRIEL D. 


Los Vegas, Nev. 


Santa Monica 


Burlingame 


Physical Education 


Art History 


Los Angeles 


Political Science 


Political Science 
BA 


Psychology 


BS 


BA 


Electrical Engineering 


BA 


BA 


Alpha Lambda Dello 


tsf; Geo. Washington 


BS 




tsf: SMCC 
Student Calif. 
Teacher's Assoc. 


La Moncho, house 


Honors Program 


U., Wash. D.C. 


Llniv. Honorarium 




counselor 






Scholar 




Psi Chi. Vice-Pres. 






IEEE 






Honors Program 



KUHN, STEVEN 

Von Nuys 

Economics 

BA 

Blue Key 

Omicron Delta Epsilon 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Pre-Low Society 



KUKIC. MAURINE 

Los Angeles 

Psychology 

BA 

Wind Ensemble 

Chimes 

Mortar Bd. 

Prytoneans 



KUKIC, STEVAN 

Los Angeles 

Psychology 

BA 

Tutorial Project 

Yeoman 

AROTC 



KURASHIGE 

PATRICIA 

Torrance 

History 

BA 



278 




KUSHIDA, EMILY 


KURTZ. BARRY 


KUSS, KENNETH 


KUSUMOTO 


KWOCK, KENNETH 


KYDD, DONALD 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Canoga Pork 


DORIS 


Los Angeles 


Vancouver B.C. 


Biostaltstics 


Political Science 


Design 


Watsonville 


Mothemotics 


Business 


BS 


BA 


BA 


Japanese 


BA 


Adminislrotion 


Deon's List 


Pi Sigma AlpLio 


"Jesus Christ is 


BA 


tsf: U. of Hwoii 


MBA 


International 


Pre-Low Society 


the way to Peace." 


tsf: CabrilloColl. 


Fubar, Floor Pres. 


United MBA Prog. 


Students' Org. 








Arnold AirSociety 


Asher House 
Alpha Kappa Psi 


LADD, SHARON 


KUSHNER 


LANG, JACKLYN 


LANGBERG 


LARIZEH 


LATER, KAREN 


Riverside 


ADRIENNE 


Los Angeles 


LESLEY 


MOHAMMED REZ A 


Gronado Hills 


Sociology 


Beverly Hills 


French 


Beverly Hills 


Los Angeles 


History 


BA 


BA 


BA 


History 


Economics 


BA 


tsf: Riverside CC 




Alpha Mu Gommo 


BA 


BA 


Sproul Holl 


Tutorial Project 






Phroteres 


Alpha Kappa Psi 


Residents Ass., Sec. 


Bruin Christian 








Japan Student Club, 


University Chorus 


Fellowstiip 








Pres. 


Phroteres 


LATIMER, LINDA 


LANDGREEN 


LAU, COLIN 


LAU, FRANCES 


LAU, MARY 


LAU, RICHARD 


Polo Alto 


LESLIE 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Gordeno 


Honolulu, Hawaii 


Art 


La Mirada 


Systems Engineer 


Mathematics 


Mothemotics 


Zoology 


BA 


Sociology 


BS 


BA 


BA 


BA 


tsf; UCSB 


BA 


Departmental 


tsf: LACC 


UCLA Alumni 


Rally Comm. 


Alptio Xi Delta 


Alptio Phi 


Scholar 


UCLAChineseClub 


Scholarship 


Life 


Lombdo Ctii Alptia, 


Exceptional Child- 






Epsilon Pi Delto 


Medicus 


Little Sister 


ren's Tutorial Project 











LAU, RONALD 

Los Angeles 

Mathematics 

BA 

Bruin Christian 

Fellowship 

Departmental 

Honors Program 




LAU, SUSIE 


LAUER, LINDA 


LAVEN, PETER 


LAW SON, RICK 


Northridge 


West Los Angeles 


Beverly Hills 


Inglewood 


Mothemotics 


Music 


Political Science 


Physical Education 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BS 


Chinese Club 




tsf; UCSB 


Alpho Gamma 






Zeto Beta Tou 


Omega 
Dean's List 
Track Team 




279 







LEE, GARY 


LEE, JUDIE 


LEE, KAI HEA 


LEE, LARRY 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Yermo 


Los Angeles 


Honolulu 


Malibu 


Computer Sciences 


Political Science 


Eleclricol Engineer 


History 


Engineering 


History 


iS 


BA 


BS 


BA 


BS 


BA 


Ihelo Oello Chi 


Pi Lombda Phi 


ESUC 


Phi Sigmo Sigmo 


Isf: LACC 


Isf: SMCC 


I 


Blue Key 


Uni-Koi 




Americon Nucleor 
Society 





LEE. LENA 


LEE. MIRIAM 


LEE, ODELL 


LEE, PHYLLIS 


LEE, RONALD 


LEEDS. RICHARD 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Hong Kong 


Los Angeles 


Beverly Hills 


Nutritional Sciences 


Spanish 


Political Science 


Bacteriology 


Economics 


Political Science 


BS 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Epsilon Pi Delta 


Honors Progrom 


tsl: San Bernardino JC 


Isf: U. of Hong Kong 


Theta Xi 


Rally Board Officer 


Dykstra Hall 




BSU 


n 


^KS 


EAP U. of Povia Italy 


Hershey Holl 




Pi Sigmo Alpho 


m 


^B& 


Course & Professor 






Vets Club 


1 


m 


evaluation Survey 






I 




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LEIDER, LEO 
Santa Monica 
Political Science 
BA 

Theta Xi 

ASUCLA Finonce 
Comm. 



LENGNICK 

CYNTHIA 

Wright-Patterson AFB. 

Ohio 

Psychology 

BA 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Bruin Belles 



LEONARD. JOAN 

Encino 

Spanish 

BA 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Alpha Mu Gommo 

EAP. Madrid 

Bruinettes 



LENT. NANCY 

Encino 

Sociology 

BA 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Mordi Gras 

UniComp 

Blood Drive ' 



LEONETTI, CAROL 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 

Alpha Phi 



LERNER. LIANE 

Arleta 

Economics 

BA 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Regents Scholar 

Cum Loude 

Phi Chi Theta. Pres. 



LESSNER. SANDRA 

Beverly Hills 

Pre Social Welfare 

BA 

UCLA Symphony 

Orchestra 

Phroteres 

Hillel 



LEVENTHAL 
NORMAN 
Albany. NY 
Environmental Health 
MPH 



LEVINE. SUSAN 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 

tsl: Pitzer Coll. 



LEVINSON, MARC 

Burbank 

English 

BA 

Chaos House, Advisor 

Chi Delta Pi 

Freshman Cheer 

Leoder 



LEVINE. PATRICIA 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 

Alpha Delta Pi. Sec. 

Homecoming Comm. 



LEVY. JANET 
Marino Del Rey 
Geography 
BA 



LEVY, STEVEN 


LEV^, GINGER 


LEV^, HENRY 


LEWANOOWrSKI 


LIEBERMAN 


LIEBERMAN 


Los Angeles 


Son Mateo 


Beverly Mills 


JOHN R. 


DENA 


GEORGIA 


Economics 


Political Science 


Psychology 


Riverside 


La Hobro 


Santo Monica 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Industrial Engineer 


SSET 


Psychology 


Sigmo Alpha Mu 


Special Education 


Rally Comm. 


BS 


BA 


BA 


Dean's List 


Program 


Fernold School 


Intromurols 


So. Campus 


Exceptional Child- 


Omicron Delta 


UCLA govt, intern 


Mordi Gros 


Kenlfield Athletic 


Business Manager 


ren's Tutorial Proj 


Epsilon 


Pi Sigmo Alpha 


Uni Camp Drive 


Club 




Honors Progrom 



LIEU, BETTY 


LIEVAN, LINDA 


LILLY , STUART 


LIM, JANET 


UM. LAWRENCE 


LIN, ANDREW 


.OS Angeles 


So. Pasadena 


Son Leandro 


Long Beach 


Los Angeles 


— Los Angeles 


History 


Psychology 


Economics 


Mathematics 


Physical ScierKe 


History 


BA s 


B^^H Sociology 


Political Science 


BA 


Mathematics 


BA 


4 


*■■■ BA 


BA 


Asian Amsrioan 


BA 


tsf: LACC 




Anchors 


Honors Program 


Tutoriol Project 




LurKheon Fellow- 




House Advisor 




Uni Camp Steering 




ship 




Rieber Hall 




Committee 








LIND, JOHN 

Polos Verdes 

Design 

BA 

tsf: UCI 

Design Students 

Union 

Soccer Team 



LIND, ROBERT 

Glendole 

Economics 

BA 

Sigmo Alpha 

Epsilon 

Blue Key 

NROTC 



LINDEKE 

JONATHAN 

Los Angeles 

Mothemotics 

BA 

Varsity Gymnastics 



LIPARI, J.J. 

Glendole 

Engineering 

Electronics 

BS 

Triangle 

ESUC 



UPTON, JACKI 

Von Nuys 

Sociology 

BA 

Delta Phi Epsilon 

Tutorial Project 

Students for 

McCarthy 



LISAGOR, TERRI 

Los Angeles 

Psychology 

BA 



LISSNER, JUDITH 

Orindo 

Psychology 

BA 

Koppa AlphoTheta, 

Sec 

Camp Boord 

Bruin Belle 



LITMAN. ROGK 

Woodland Hills 

Political Science 

BA 

tsf: SMCC 

Pre loM Society 

Intramural 

Basketball 



LinLE. LEE ANN 

Riverside 

Latin American 

Studies 

BA 

Delta Delta Dello 



LiniE. RICHARD 

Los Angeles 

Engineering 

Monogement 

BS 

tsf: PosodonoCC 

URA, Pres. 

Ski Club, Pres. 



LITVAK,MARLENE 

Son FrorKisco 

Psychology 

BA 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Psychology Honors 

Progrom 

Soph. Sv^eethearts 



LIU. FRANCES 

Los Angeles 

Business 

Administration 281 

MS 



282 



lOGAN, JANICE 


LOGAN, KEITH 


Woodland Mills 


Colgary, Alberta 


Mothemolics 


Economics 


BA 


BA 


Isl: Westmoni Coll. 





LOPEZ. MARY 



Molhematics 

BA 

tsf: Reedley JC 

Alpho Omicron Pi, 

Pres. 

Anchors 



LOWE, JULIE ANNE 

Los Altos 

English 

BA 

Alp ho Gommo Delta 

Bruin ChrisMon 

Fellowship 



MAGGIO, RICHARD 

New York City 

Psychology 

BA 

Phi Sigma Delia 

Psi Chi 

UCLA Honors 

Tutorial Project 




LOO. HELEN 

Los Angeles 

Bacteriology 

BA 

tsf: LACC 



LOR, SAMSON 


LORSCH, DANIEL 


Los Angeles 


Woodland Hills 


Economics 


Economics 


BA 


BA 


Tennis Club 


Photo Club 



LOWE, ALAN 
North Hollywood 
Educational 
Psychology 
PhD 


LOV*, BARBARA 
North Hollywood 
Economics 
BA 


Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Phi Delta Kappa 





LUE LAWRENCE 
South Posadeno 
Mathematics 
BA 



LUNDQUIST, DENNIS 


LUSK. LINDA SUSAN 


Cypress 


Los Angeles 


Systems Engineering 


History 


BS 


BA 


Phi Gammo Delto 


Alpha Phi 


Football Bond 


Spurs 


Basketball Bond 


Chimes 


Concerf Bond 


Prytoneons 



MITCHEM, CKRYL 


MAAS, LESTER JR. 


Bakerslield 


Los Angeles 


Sociology 


Philosophy 


BA 


BA 


SIgmo Koppo 


tsf: Mt, San Antonio 


Deon's List 


Coll. 


Commonder of 




Anchors 





MADSEN, DEBORA 


MAB<AWA, TAKESHI 


North Hollywood 


New York 


Psychology 


Business 


BA 


MBA 


ts(: Cal Slate 


Alpha Koppo Psi.Pres 


Polytechnic Coll. 


Karate Club 


Psi Chi 





LOWE, EMLY 

Los Angeles 

Political Science 

BA 

Alpha Delta Chi, Pres; 

Bruinettes 

Baptist Student Union 



LUMSDEN, PETER 

Alameda 

English 

BA 

Swimming Team 

Uni-Comp 

Compus Tomorrow 




MTitH 
North Hollywood 
Economics 
BA 
Phi Epsilon Pi 



MocLEOD, ROD 
Los Angeles 

usiness 
MS 



MAETZOLD, SHEILA 

Whittier 

Art/ Design 

BA 



MAHER. PETER 

Oxnord 

Economics 

BA 

tsf: Ventura Coll. 

AIESEC 

Om icr on Delto Epsilon 

CASE 



MAIZELS, MARK I 

Portland, Ore. 

Political Science 

BA 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Alpho Lambda Delta 

KLA Radio 



MAKING, SACHIKO 

Torrance 

Japanese 

BA 



MALONE, ROBERT 

Monrovlo 

Chemistry 

BS 

Regents Scholorship 

Alpho Chi Sigma 

Jefferson Nads 



MANHEIMER 

BARBARA 

Los Angeles 

Economics 

BA 

Delta Phi Epsilon 

Alpha Lombdo Delta 



MARCUS, RACHEL 

Los Angeles 

English 

BA 

tsf: San Oiego St. 



MARKS, RICHARD 

North Hollywood 

Politico! Science 

BA 

Zeto Beta Tau 

Speokers' Program 

Chmn. 

Varsity YellLeoder 



MARSHALL, JAMES 

Long Beach 

Economics 

BA 

Karate Club 

Beta Alpha Psi 



MARTIN, JOSE 

FEDERICO Jr. 

Hoi I ywood 

English 

BA 

tsf: UCB 



MALCOMSON 

PHVaiS 

Posodena 

History-Alricon 

Studies 

BA 

: U. of Pacific 

Kappa Delta 



MANDELL 

FRANCES 

Los Angeles 

English 

BA 

1st; SMCC 



MAR, JUDY 
El Centro 



Jr. Coll. 



MARGOLES, LYNN 

Shermon Oaks 

Sociology 

BA 

Sigma Delta Tou 




M 


^H 


f 




MARTOREaO, 
V JANET MARIE 
Pittsburg 
Dance 
BA 
Rally Committee- 
Social Secretary 
Mordi Gras 


E'^^J 



RUSEK, JAMES 

Tujunga 

Physics 

BS 

tsf: U. of Texas 



MAUER, AUDREY 

Los Angeles 

FrecKh 

BA 

tsf: UCB 



MANDEU, MARK 

San Fernando 

Political Science 

BA 

tsf: 5FVSC 

Weyburn Fkili 

Hlllel 



MARCANO 

BERTRANO 

Sepulvedo 

Physiology 

MS 

Alpho BetaKappa 

Diplomate Ameri- 

con Bd. of Pediotrics 



MARK, GARY 

Los Angeles 

Economics 

BA 

Departmental 

Schoior Program 

Dean's List 



MARR, MARILYN 

Polos Verdes 

Pictorial Arts 

BA 

Asher House 

Christian Science 

Orgonization 

University Chorus 



MARSH, Jr. STANLEY 

Whittier 

Meteorology 

BA 

tsf: Fullerlon JC 



MARTINS, Jr. JOHN 

Los Angeles 

English 

BA 

tsf: SMCC 

CreotiveWriting 

Theater 

Karate, Swimming 



MARYON 

PATRICIA 

Golela 

Nursing 

BS 

Deon's List 

Jr. Class V.P. 

Curriculum Comm. 



283 




^AASON, CAROL 

Long Beach 

English 

BA 

tsJ: L.B.C.C. 

Tennis Club 



284 



MATSUMOTO, 


MATZ. LOUISE A. 


MATZ, MARCIA 


AAATHESON, SCOH 


MAZZEO, DAVID 


McALEXANDER, 


JANIE 


Von Nuys 


Los Angeles 


MCB Quonlico, Va. 


Palm Springs 


SHARON 


Stockton 


Physical Education 


Design 


Business 


History 


Los Angeles 


English 


MS 


BA 


MBA 


BA 


Physical Educotion 


BA 


Sec. Teoching Cred. 


Mortar Board 


ts(: U.S.A.F. Acod. 




BS 


Bruin Belles 


Sec., Phys. Ed. Alum 


Stud Comm for the 






tsf: C.S.LA. 


Coppo Kappa 


Association 


Arts 






Dorm House Advisor 


Gammo 




Spurs 








McAVOY, LAURA 


vtcuaouGH. 


McGARRITY, 


MAVIS, LAUREL 


McGINTY, 


McGOVERN, JOHN 


Camarillo 


HELEN 


MEREDITH 


Beverly Hills 


MARJORIE 


Los Angeles 


Politicol Science 


Los Angeles 


Long Beoch 


Design 


Los Angeles 


Psychology 


BA 


History 


Slavic Languages 


BA 


English 


BA 


Alpha Gommo Delta 


BA 


BA 


Kappa Alpha Theta 


BA 




Woshington Intern- 


Alpho Chi Omega 


Honors Program 


Mortar Boord 






ship Progrom 


Bruin Belles 


Women's Notionol 


Bruin Belles 






Chimes 


Shell and Oar 


Honor Society 


So. Campus Queen 






McGUlRE, SALLY J. 


McGOVERN, LINDA 


MclNTYRE, JEAN 


McGINNIS. LINDA 


McKEE, STEPHEN 


McLaughlin, 


Torrance 


Los Angeles 


Santa Rosa 


Sonta Monica 


Long Beoch 


BEnY 


English 


Geography 


English 


English 


Politicol Science 


Culver City 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Pictorial Arts 


Sigma Kappa 




tsf: Santa Rosa Jr. 
Coll. 






BA 

Conservation Club 

of U.C.L.A. 




MELTZER. MARK 


MENDHEIM, 


McNin, EVELYN 


MESHNIK, ROSALIE 


METZGER, JANE 


MEYER, MARCIA 


San Bernordino 


BEVERLY ANN 


Whittier 


Sherman Oaks 


Inglewood 


Encino 


Political Science 


Bronx, New York 


Social Welfare 


Mathemotics 


Political Science 


Psychology 


BA 


Music 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Zela Beto Tou 


BA 


Delto Delta Delta 


tsf; UCSB 


tsf: El Comino JC 




Blue Key 


Miro Hershey Holl 


Associated Students 








Air Force ROTC 


INT AC 
Newman Club 


Information Service 
Prytaneans, Pres. 








MICHEL, JOAN 


MIDANIK, 


MENDONCA. 


MILLER, CHARLES 


MILLER, DAPHNE 


MILLER, GAY 


Glendale 


LORRAINE 


STEPHEN 


Los Angeles 


Hawthorne 


Polm Springs 


Political Science 


North Hollywood 


Lancaster 


Politicol Science 


Zoology 


Political Science 


BA 


PreSocial V^elfare 


Engineering 


BA 


BA 


BA 


tsf: U. o( Arizona 


BA 


BS 


Tou Epsilon Phi, 




Doily Bruin 


Phi Sigma Sigma 


Phrateres 


tsf: Antelope Valley 


President 




Rally Committee 


UCLA Pre-LCM 




Jr. Coll. 


General Rep. 






Society, President 




Too Beta Pi 


Honors Program 






MILLER, JACKIE 


MILLER, JEANEHE 


MIJO, SHARON 


MILLER, LINDA 


MILLER, MELINDA 


MILLER. PAMELA 


Van Noys 


Los Angeles 


Monterey Park 


Los Angeles 


Glendole 


Verdugo City 


Mathematics 


Sociology 


SSET 


SSET 


Pictorial Arts 


Italian 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


tsf: U.C.S.B. 




tsf: U. of Howoii 




Alpha Xi Delta 


tsf: PCC 






Twin Pines Co- 




Regents' Scholar 


Alpha Mu Gammo 






operotive 






Mabel Wilson 



285 



Richards Scholar 








286 



MILLER, VERONICA 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 

California Club 

Rally Committee 

Student Rep, to 

History Deportment 



MIRAMONTES. 

LOUIS 

Huntington Beoch 

Economics 

BA 

tsf; Col Stote Long 

Beach 

Phi Kappa Sigma 



MITSUNAGA. 

JOYCE A. 

Honolulu, Howaii 

Pictoriol Arts 

BA 

tsf: U of Hovoii 



MIZUNO. BARBARA 

Monterey Pork 

English 

BA 

Theta Kappa Phi 

Asian American 

Tutoriol Project 




MOLINA. CARLOS 
Los Angeles 
Etectricol Engineer 
BS 




lOORE, DIANNE 
Los Angeles 
Nursing 
MN 

tsf: Hunter College 
Alpha Xi Delta 
M.N. Maternal and 
Child Health 



MONTE, JOHN 

Los Angeles 

English 

BA 

tsf: SMCC 

Bruin American 

Field Service 



MORENO, JOSEPH 
Los Angeles 
Political Science 
BA 

Zeta Beta Tau 
Blue Key 

Pre-Legol Society 
Mordi Gras Comm. 




MILSTEIN, MARTHA 


MINER, DIANA 


Los Angeles 


El Cerrito 


Art-Design 


Psychology 


BA 


BA 


tsf: use 




Hillel 





MIRMAN, GAIL 


MITCHELL, JANICE 


Los Angeles 


Inglewood 


Theotre Arts 


Spanish 


BA 


BA 


tsf: UCB 


tsf: El Comino 


Students Internot'l 


Alpha Omicron Pi 


Meditation Society 





MITTLEMAN, LEAH 


MIYAMURA, JANET 


Van Nuys 


Los Angeles 


Psychology 


Geography 


BA 


BA 


Soph. Sweethearts 




Fashion Board 




Volunteer, Neuro- 




psychiatric Institute 





MOHS, MARTHA 
Inglewood 
Economics 
BA 


MOISSIDIS, SYLVA 
Los Angeles 
Chemistry 
BS 




Honors Program 
ACS Award 



MONK, ANNIE 


MONTGOMB?Y, 


Los Angeles 


MAUREEN 


Spanish 


Glendale 


BA 


History 


Sigmo Delta Tou 


BA 


Alpha Mu Gamma 


tsf: Glendale Coll. 


Bruinettes 


Pi Gamma Mu 


Soph. Sweethearts 


Red Cross 


MOORE, JAMES 


MOORE, KATHLEEN 


Monterey Park 


Burbank 


Political Science 


Economics 


BA 


BA 




Angel Flight 


^^Hk 


Tutoriol Project 



MORGAN, HENRY 


MORGENSTERN, 


Encino 


MARTHA 


History 


Los Angeles 


BA 


Spanish 




BA 




tsf: Immaculate 




Heart 




Alpho Mu Gommo 


MORTON, SUSAN 


MOSAUER, 


Los Altos 


ELEANOR 


Dance 


North Hollywood 


BA 


Psychology 


tsf: Foothill J. C. 


BA 


Alpha Chi Omega 


Soph. Sweethearts 


Angel Flight 


Volunteer NPI 


Dean's List 





MOSELEY, DENNIS 


MOSES, MARILYN 


San Bernardino 


Los Angeles 


Bacteriology 


English 


BA 


BA 



MOSS. DONALD 


MOSS. SUSAN 


Los Angeles 


Encino 


Psychology 


Economics 


BA 


BA 


tsf: L.A.C.C. 




QU Alpho Epsilon 





MOURADIAN, 


MOZUR, NANCY 


ROBERT 


Los Angeles 


Gordeno 


Pictoriol Arts 


Mathematics 


BA 


BA 


Phi Sigmo Sigma 


Sigmo Alpha 


AW S Historian - 


Epsilon, Chronicler 


Publicist 


and Recorder 


Mortar Boord 



MURATA, KEIKO 


MURATA, OSAMU 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Mathemotics 


Electrical Engineer 


BA 


BS 


Honors Program 


ESUC 


Dean's List 




NBC 





MYERS, MARJORIE 

Von Nuys 

History 

BA 

Deon's List 



NAKANO, LUCILLE 

Los Angeles 

Sociology 

BA 



NAKAYAMA 
MASAKO 


NAMATAME, 
KAROL 


Los Angeles 

Psychology 

BA 


Los Angeles 

Public Health 

BS 


tst: L.A.C.C. 


tsf: L.A.C.C. 


Japanese Students' 




Assoc, 





NASH, SHIRLEY 

Los Angeles 

Speech 

BS 


NASTRONERO, 

MARY 

Corona 

History 

BA 




Kappa Delto 

Spurs 

Ski Club 



NEEMEYER, REX 


NEIDITCH, NANCY 


Santa Monica 


Los Angeles 


Environ. Heolth& 


Mathematics 


Nutritional Science 


BA 


BS 


Alpha Xi Delta 





MOSS, DAVID 

Los Angeles 

Political Science 

BA 

ts(; L.A.C.C. 

P re-Low Society 

Tau Alpha Epsilon 





MOTLOCH, 
CHESTER 





Los Angeles 






Physics 






BS 


s 


igma 


Pi Sigma 




MURAKAMI, 

MELVIN 

Torrance 

Psychology 

BA 





MURRAY, 

KATHLEEN 

Calobosos 

Sociology 

BA 

tsf: U of Washington 





■iiilPiii 




NAKAYAMA, 

JANICE 

Monterey Park 

Bocferiology 

BA 

Thefa Kappa Phi 

Nisei Bruin Club 





NAPORA, MICHAEL 

Los Angeles 

Political Science 

BA 

tsf: L. A. Volley Coll, 







NAVIN, LINDA 

Hidden Hills 

Music 

BA 

tsf: U.C.S.8. 

Delto Phi Epsilon 

Mu Phi Epsilon 

University Choir 



NEIL. JAMES 

Burbonk 

Politicol Science 

BA 

tsf: L.A. Volley Coll. 

Sigmo Chi 










287 



NELSON, BRUCE 


NELSON, CATHY 


NELSON. JANET 


NELSON, MAURICE 


NEWMAN, NANCY 


NELSON, 


Los Angeles 


Son Diego 


Glendole 


GREGORY 


Los Angeles 


E. NORMAN 


Political Science 


English 


Psychology 


Los Angeles 


Art-Design 


Santo Ana 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Music 


BA 


Economics 


tsf; Harbor J. C. 


Soph. Sweethearts 


tsf; Glendole Coll. 


BA 


Kappa Alpha Theto 


BA 








tsf: LACC 


Uni Camp 


tsf: Oronge Coast 

Coil. 

Lombdo Chi Alpho 












NEMER, TONY 


NEWBERRY, 


NEWELL, LEE 


NEWKIRK. 


NIKIRK, NANCY 


NEWSTAT, EUGENE 


Los Angeles 


THOMAS 


Lafayette 


WILLIAM 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Economics 


Son Diego 


History 


Rosemead 


Art History 


Politicol Science 


BA 


Politicol Science 


BA 


History 


BA 


BA 


Alpho Kappa Psi 


BA 


Beta Theta Pi 


BA 


tsf: UCSB 


tsf: LA Volley Coll. 


Varsity Soccer 


UCIA Furniture 


Blue Key 


Sigma Alpha 


Alpha Omicron Pi 




UCLA Amigos 


Coop. Project Mgr. 


Kelps 


Epsilon. Vice Pres. 


Young Republicans 




ISC, Prog. Asst, 


Dykstro Hall 


Frosh Basketball 


Blue Key 






NEWTON JR., 


NGANGANA, 


NIELSEN. KATHRYN 


NIELSEN. LINDA 


NUSBA DM. JAMES 


NISHINAGA. MANI 


ROBERT 


TOGBA 


Orange 


Los Altos 


Van Nuys 


Los Angeles 


Hillsborough 


Monrovia. Liberia 


French 


Art History 


Politicol Science - 


Health Education 


Economics 


Structural Engineer 


BA 


BA 


Economics 


BS 


BA 


BS 


Gamma Phi Beto 


Delta Delta Delta 


BA 


Tutorial Project 


Vorisfy Golf 


tsf: Mira Costa J. C. 


EAP, Bordeaux 








NROTC 


Soccer Team 


Bruin Ad. Staff 








Himolayo House 














288 



NISHIZU, JULIE 


NIX, MARILYN 




NORMAN, CAROL 


NURENBERG. 


Fullerton 

SSET 

BA 

Chi Alpha Delta. 

Vice President 

Nisei Bruin Club 


Whittier 

English 

BS 

tsf: CSLB 

DeltoDeltoDe 


Ito 


Los Angeles 

Psychology 

BA 

Delta Sigma Theta 


VIVIAN 

Los Angeles 

Sociology 

BA 

tsf: U. of Illinois 

Mortor Boord 

Chimes 



NYDEREK, JOSEPH 
Chicogo, III. 
Geogrophy 
BS 



O'BRIEN, HOUY 


OJEDA, ROSS 


O'BRIEN.WIlilAM 


OCHS, CAROL 


OFTEDAL. TERRY 


OGAWA RODNEY 


Modesto 


Los Angeles 


Modesto 


Los Angeles 


Fresno 


Posodetw 


Bocteriology 


Design 


Psychology 


Sociology 


Economics 


History 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


tsf: use 




Varsity Swimming 




Lombdo Chi Alpho 


AASA 


Alpha OmicronPi 




Medicus 




UCLA Crew 


NBC 


Young Republicans 








Varsity Rowing, 




Intromurals 








Commodore 




OGDEN, GREGORY 


ORNEE. MICHAa 


OLIVER, STEVE 


OLRICH, SUE 


ONEIL, BILL 


O'NEIL, PATRICK 


Fresno 


Cypress 


North Hollywood 


Newport Beach 


Polm Desert 


Los Angeles 


Political Science 


Electrical Engineer 


Spanish 


Sociology 


Political Science 


Geogrophy- 


BA 


BS 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Politicol Science 


Uni Camp 


Alpha Gamma 


Sigma Nu 


tsf: U. of the Pacific 


ts(: Coll. of the 


BA 


Pi Sigma Alpha 


Omego 




Delto Gammo 


Desert 


Varsity Football 


Honors Program 








Acacia 




Dean's List 








People-To-People 




O'NEILL, TIMOTHY 


on, CHARLES 


OROSEL, MICHAa 


ORR, SIDNEY 


ORTH, ALLAN 


OSHIYAAAA. 


Lompoc 


Santa Barbara 


Los Angeles 


Torrance 


Los Angeles 


FRANCES 


Engineering 


Politicol Science- 


Economics 


English 


Public Admin. 


Pasadena 


BS 


History 


BA 


BA 


MPA 


Psychology 


ls(: UCSB 


BA 


Swimming 


Freshman Track 


MPA St. Exec. 


BA 


Sigma Nu 


Freshman Crew 






Comm. 


tsf: PCC 


Frosh Golf Team 


Varsity Crew 










Ski Club 


Varsity RowingCiub 












OSUMI, TSUYOSHI 

Kurita-gun, 

Shigo-ken, Japon 

Mathematics 

BA 

tsf: Mt. San Jocinto 

Coll. 



OnONELLO, 


OTTO, LINDA A. 


OVERMYER, 


OWENS, JAMES 




CAROL 


Menio Park 


LUANN 


Woodland Hills 




mile Notional 


Theatre Arts 


Torronce 


History 




Pork 


BA 


Psychology 


BA 




English 


Delto Delto Delta. 


BA 


Honors Program 




BA 


Vice President 


Alpha Delta Pi 


EAR, Tokyo 






Freshmon Song Girl 


Bruinettes 


Deon's List 






Blue Key Princess 


Soph. Sweethearts 


Sailing Club 


289 




PAWLIK, KEVIN 

Monterey Pork 

Political Science 

BA 

Delta Tou Delta, 

President 

IFC Judiciol Rep 

Rieber Hall, Pres. 



PAYNER. ANDREA 

North Hollywood 

Spanish 

BA 

Alpha Mu Gammo 



PEREZ, MODESTO 
LEWIS 
Sun Valley 
Political Science 
BA 



PB?LE, LAWRENCE 

EfKino 

Psychology 

BA 

tsf: Hofstra U, N.Y. 

Tau Delta Phi 

intromurals 



PB?SON, BROOKE 

Long Beach 

Art History 

BA 

tsf: Finch Coll., N.Y. 

Delta Gamma 

Dean's List 



PESANTE. JANE 

Los Angeles 

English 

BA 

Angel Flight 



PESSES, DANNY 
Los Angeles 
Psychology 



290 



PETERS, CARL 
Los Angeles 
Bocteriology 



Sigma Chi 
NROIC 

Uni-Prep Counselor 
Skin n' Scubo Club 



PETERS, CAROL 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 

tsf: U of Santa Cloro 



PETERS, RAMONA 

Wasco 

History 

BA 



PETERSON, JOAN 
Manhattan Beach 
Political Science 



PETI, TINDARO 
Los Angeles 
Music Education 



Hedrick Hall 
Deon's List 
UCLA Bond 
EOP Student 



292 



OUON, PATRICIA 
ios Angeles 
Political Science 
BA 



RAFFERTY, PATRICIA 

Mountain View 

Art History 

BA 

1st: Foothill JC 



RAMSEY, DOUGLAS 
Los Angeles 
Politicol Science 
BA 

Theta Chi 
Task Force 
Intramurals 
Republican League 



REID, ROBERT D. 

Los Angeles 

Engineering 

BS 

Theto Xi 

Tou Beta PI 



REINHARDT, RENATE 
South Gate 
Bacteriology 
BA 



RACINE, JOHN 
Oronge 

Political Science 
BA 

Dello Sigmo Phi 
KL A Radio 
Fraternity Senote 
■•2I" Club 



RAMEa, GUNILLA 
Gothenburg, Sweden 
Political Science 
BA 

Pi Sigma Alpha 
Pi Gamma Mu 
Washington 
Internship Prog. 



RAMSEY, EDWIN P. 

Los Angeles 

Political Science 

BA 

Republicon League 

Pre-Low Society 

AROTC 



RANDLE, BLAIR 


RANKIN, BLAKE 


Los Angeles 


Long Beach 


Engineering 


Mathematics 


BS 


BA 



RAPOPORT, JAMES 


RAUTH, PATRICIA 


Van Nuys 


Los Angeles 


Political Science 


History 


BA 


BA 


Intramurals 


tsf: UCSB 


Speaker's Program 


Pi Beta Phi 




Mortar Bd, UCSB 




Spurs, UCSB 



REED, SUZANNE 


REETZ, WILLIAM 


Volencio 


Whitlier 


English 


Political Science 


BA 


BA 


tsf; Foothill JC 


tst: St. Mory's Coll, 




RAES5 II, THEODORE 

Saratoga 

Pictorial Arts 

BA 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Satyr 

Rugby 



RAMEN, JOAN 

Millbroe 

Library Service 

M.S 

Rally Comm, 

Hillel 



RAMOS, JORGE O. 
Los Angeles 
Accounting 
MS 



RAPOPORT, DAVID 
Son Froncisco 
History 
BS 



REED, PAULA ANN 
Los Angeles 
English 
BA 



REID, CHARLES J, 

Los Angeles 

Politico! Science 

BA 

Sigma Pi 

English Honor Society 

Doily Bruin columnist 

Yeoman 




REINHARDT 


REINER, LoDONNA 


LAWRENCE 


Glendora 


Los Angeles 


Theatre Arts 


Engineering 


BA 


BS 


Alpha Delta Pi 




Soph. Sweethearts 




Mardi Gros Princess 




Tennis Club 



REINOSO-ROILO 

JUAN CARLOS 

Buenos Aires, Arg, 

Economics- 

Politicol Science 

BA 

Alpha Kappo Psi 

Foreign Student's Club 




RELLER, SUSAN 
Mountain View 
Theatre Arts 
BA 

Delta Gamma 
Kap and Bells 
Bruin Belles 
Musicoi Comedy 



REMBAC, JULIE 

Glendale 

Sociology 

BA 

tsf: UCSB 



REVITZ. 

Los 

Pollticol 

Politicol 

Honors 

Wash 

ternship 



STEVEN 

Angeles 

Science 

BA 

Science 

Prog rem 

ington In- 

Progrom 



RHODES. STEVEN 

North Hollywood 

Psychology 

BA 

tsf-.L.A.VolleyColl. 

Sommo Cum Loude 



RICHARDS. MARK 

North Hollywood 

Economics 

BA 

Alpho Tau Omega 



RICHTER, HEDDY 

Son Bernardino 

English 

BA 

Shell and Oor 

Zeta Beta Tou, 

Little Sister 



RITCHEY. V/AYNE 

Chowchilta 

Mathematics 

BA 

tsf: Fresno State 

Bowling Squad 



ROBERTS 

GREGORY 

Lancaster 

Computer Science 

BS 



ROBINS, PHYLLIS 

Reseda 

Anthropology 

BA 

Hillel 

Women's Rifle 

Team 




RENDON 


RESCH. CAREY 


GEORGE 


Riverside 


Los Angeles 


Zoology 


Political Science 


BA 


BA 


Alpho Phi 


l:L.A.VolleyColl. 


Life 




ROBBINS, JANE 

Los Angeles 

Pre Sociol Welfore 

BA 

Sigma Delto Tau 

Bruin Belles 

Speoker's Progrom 



ROBERTS, TERESE 

Los Angeles 

History 

BA 



RHEINGOLD 

BARBARA 

Son Pedro 

Sponish 

BA 

EAP, Mod rid 

Tutorial Project 



RHOADS, TED L, 


RICH. GREG 


Bokersfield 


Highland 


Sociology 


Electrical Engineer 


BA 


BS 




Tau Beta Pi 




Blue Key 




Phi Eta Sigmo 




Regent Scholar 



RICHEY, KATHLEEN 


RICHMAN 


Von Nuys 


DEBORAH 


History 


Norlh Hollywood 


BA 


Italian 


tsf: UCSB 


BA 


Alpha Phi 


MordiGrosComm 



RIMAC, DULCY 


RING, JENNIFER 


TorrarKe 


Beverly Hills 


English 


Political Science 


BA 


BA 


Isf: El Comino JC 


EAP, Edinburgh 




Honors Program 




Sailing Club 



ROBERTS. DAVID 

Granada Hills 

Economics 

BA 

tsf: LA. Volley Coll 



ROBERTSON 

KATHLEEN 

Westminister 

History 

BA 

Isf: IBCC 



ROBINSON 


ROCKWEU, JOHN 


NATALIE 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Politicol Science 


Nursing 


Psychology 


BS 


BA 


tsf: UCR 


Acocio. Pres. 




Varsity Rowing 




Club, Commodore 



293 




RODGERS. RONALD 


ROONER. LYNN 


RODRIGUEZ -PASTOR 


North Hollywood 

Engineering 

MS 


Polos Verdes Renin. 

English 

BA 


JAIME 

Arequipa, Peru 
Economics 


"On The Analysis of 
Multiply-Commutotad 
Filter" 


tsf: UCSB 


BA 

EOP Tutor 

Hershey Hall 

ISC 



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RODRIGUEZ 

JUANITA 

Torronce 

Spanish 

BA 



ROELLICK, WENDY 

Glendale 

SSET 

BA 

tsf: Glendale JC 

AlphoXi Delta 



ROKAW. IRENE 

Los Angeles 

Sociology 

BA 

»$f: UCSB 



ROOTllEB. JAY 

Lokewood 

History 

BA 

Blue Key 

Intromurols 

Sailing Club 

Scuba Club 



ROSA, THOMAS 

Posodena 

History 

BA 

Sigma Alpha 

Epsilon 



ROSENTHAL, LESLIE 
Von Nuys 
Bacteriology 
BA 



ROSEN, JEFFREY 
Los Angeles 
Economics 
BA 

Phi Epsilon Pi 
Freshmon Crew 
Alpha Koppo Psi 
Beto Alpho Psi 



ROSEN, LESLIE 

Los Angeles 

Psychology 

BA 

tsf: UCSB 



ROSEN, SANFORD 

Son Diego 

Economics 

BA 

Dean's List 

Omicron Delta 

Epsilon 

Pi Gamma Mu 



ROSENBERG, JOHN 
Mamoroneck, N.Y. 
Economics 
BA 



ROSENBERG 

LAWRENCE 

Los Angeles 

Political Science 

BA 

Tou Epsilon Phi. 

Activities Chmn. 



ROTH, STEPHANA 
San Froncisco 
Special Education 
MA 

"Correlotional Study 
of Three Measures of 
Field Dependence" 



ROSING, PATRICIA 

Van Nuys 

English 

BA 

tsf: UCSB 

Alpho Epsilon Phi 

Deon's List 

Soiling Club 



ROSS, BARRY 

Stockton 

Psychology 

BA 

Dykstro Hall, 

Judicial Board 

Pacific, Floor Pres. 

Psi Chi 



ROSS, KENNETH 
Norlh Hollywood 
Politicol Science 
BA 



ROTH, KATHLEEN 

Fremont 

Bacteriology 

BA 

Rally Comm. 



ROTH. MARILYN 

Sierro Madre 

History 

BA 

tsf: UCSB 



ROWE, JOHN 

Walnut Creek 

Bacteriology 

BA 

Deon's List 

Sproul Hall Resident 

Assoc. 

Young Republicans 



ROTHE. CAPRICE 

Studio City 

Art 

BA - 

Delta Delta Delta 



ROWAN, MARILYN 

Los Angeles 

Sociology 

BA 

Bruinettes 

Uni Prep counselor 



RUBIN, CAROL H 


||K RUBINFELD 


North Hollywood " 


^1 HAROLD 


Music 


Los Angeles 


BA 


Psychology 


Pol Sci Honorary ^ 


^ BA 


Tutorial Project M 


tm Psi Chi 




*- Deans List 




Cum Loude 




RUBIN, PEGGY 


RUDDELL, KIRK 


RUDMAN, JOAN 


Los Angeles 


La Crescento 


Pacific Palisades 


English 


Bacteriology 


Sociology 


BA 


BA 


BA 




Bruin Christian 


tsf;L.A.ValleyColl. 




Fellcwship 






Roger William's 






Fellow 





i 


^^^H 




SAM ALA 


RUTHERFORD 


RUTKOWSKI 




RUNK, STEVE 

Downey 

Fluid Engineering 


^^" RUSS, GINA 
Los Angeles 




VERONICA 
Los Angeles 


ANNE 
Long Beach 


REBECCA 
Gordeno 


RYDER, LAUREL 
So. Pasadena 


Political Science 

DA 




Psychology 
BA 


History 
BA 


Music 
BA 


Psychology 
BA 


BS 

tsf; Cerritos JC 

Beta Theto Pi 

Varsity Baseball 


DM 


tsf: 


U. of Sonto 


tsf: LBCC and 


Chamber 


tsf: Westminster 




Tom( 


3S, Philippines 


Chopmon Coll. 
Alpha Xi Delta 


Orchestra 
Sympfx>ny 


Coll. 


Uni Camp 














RYONO, DENIS 


SABBATH. KAREN 


SATORIUS, EDGAR 


SAMUELS, ALAN 


.SANDERLIN 


SANTOYO 


Ployo Del Rey 


Los Angeles 




Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


SHARON 


MERCEDES 

Pasadena 

Spanish 


Chemistry 
BS 


History 
BA 




Engineering 
BS 


HeolthEducotion 
BS 


Burbank 
Art History 




Twin Pines, Pres. 


tsf: 


U. of Illinois 


Medical Research 


BA 


BA 




Coalition 




Tou Beta Pi 




tsf: UCSB 


tsf: Posadeno CC 


M 


L^ 








Deon's List 




SAPIRO, LINDA 


SATO, SUSAN 




SAX, JUDI 


SATORIUS, HELEN 


SALINDERS 


SAVED RA 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 




Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


SUSAN 


MANUa A. 


Psychology 


Psychology 




English 


History 


Santo Barbara 


Los Angeles 


BA 


BA 




BA 


BA 


Psychology 


Psychology 


. yag 


m. 


Mordi Gras Comm. 


tsf: Weslmont Coll. 


BA 


BA 


iM^^BB 


1 


Tulorial Project 


Alpha Delto Chi 


tsf: S8CC 


tsf: ELAC 


S^^^^H 


^^ 






Alpha Gammo 






■ H^^M 


^B 






Omega, Little Sister 







SCANNEU, EDWARD 


SCHECHTER, JANET 


Santo Monico 


Los Angeles 


Public Service 


English 


BA 


BA 




Hill el 


fHHIP 


SCHMIDT. KRISTA 


North Hollywood 


Alhombro 


Sociology 


English 


BA 


BA 


Isf. LA. Valley Coll. 


tsf: UCSD 


Delta Phi Epsilon 


Gamma Phi Beta 




Southern Campus 




Editor 


SCHNEIDER, JEFFRY 


SCHOl, RICHARD 


Sepulvedo 


Paramount 


Economics 


Economics 


BA 


BA 




tsf: Compton JC 




Lambda Chi Alpha 




Omicron Delta 




Epsilon 


SCHREIBER, BARRY 


SCHUBACK GARY 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


History 


Politicol Science 


BA 


BA 


Acacio 


Young Democrats 


Alpha Phi Omego 




Track 




FinorKe Comm. 




SCHULTZ, ROBKTA 


SCHUSTER, SUSAN 


Long Beoch 


Beverly Hills 


English 


Sociology 


BA 


BA 


Spurs 


tsf: UCSB 


Tutorial Project 


Tutorial Project 


Hill el 


Bruin Week exec. 




Mardi Gros exec. 


SCHWARTZ 


SCHWARZ, JOSE 


BARBARA DIANNE 


Monterrey 


Butfolo, N.Y. 


Economics 


Psychology 


BA 


BA 


Alpha Kappa Psi 


Alpha Epsilon Phi 


Varsity Soccer 


Project Amigos 





296 












SCOLNEY, PETER 


scon, CAROL 


Sherman Ooks 


Encino 


Philosophy 


Art History 


BA 


BA 




Phi Sigma Sigma 




Pres. 





SCURICH, ROBERT 


SEEKATZ, ROBBRT 


La Selva Beach 


Covino 


Design 


Politicol Science 


BA 


BA 


Phi Gamma Delta 


tsf: UCSB 


Rugby 


Sigma Chi 


Scuba Club 




Football 







SCHERER, DIANE 

Lg Canada 

Music Education 

BA 

Kappa Delto 

Exceptional Children's 

Tutorial Staff 

Uni-Comp 




RAYMOND 

San Bernordino 

History 

BA 

tsf: Col State, Long 

Beach 



SCHOiCHET, MURia 

Beverly Hills 

Sociology 

BA 

tsf: LA Volley Coli. 



SCHULTZ, KATHLEEN 

Los Angeles 

English 

BA 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Bruin Belles 

University Chorus 

Spring Sing 



SCHWAB, ROBERT 

Port !-k;eneme 

Economics 

BA 

Intramurals 





SCINOCCA 

ANTOINETTE 

Brandon, Manitoba 

Dance 

BA 

tsf; U. of Manitoba 




scon, JANE MARIE 

Highland 

Anthropology 

BA 

tsf: UCSB 




SEI. KELVIN 
La Miroda 
Engineering 
BS 

Tqu Beto Pi 
Phi Eta Sigma 
Engineering Soc. 
Computer Club 




SEPIC, RICHARD 
Posodeno 






SESKI, JOHN 


SHAFER. MARY 


Lo Mesa 


Loncoster 


Economics 


Computer Science 


BA 


BS 


NROTC 


Alpho Xi Delta 




Computer Club 




ESUC 







North Hollywood 

Bocteriology 

BA 

Medicus 

NSF Research 



flANK, MARK V. 


SHAUUN 


Los Angeles 


BARBARA 


Politicol Science 


Sherman Oaks 


BA 


SSET 


Pre Low Society 


BA 




Alpha Xi Delta. 




Pres. 



SHAW, ROBERT 

Glendole 

Polittcol Science 

MA 



SHEN. LYDIA 

Inglewood 

Mathematics 

BA 

tsf: Glendole Coll. 

Chinese Student's 

Club 



SHIELDS, HARRIET 

Solin(K 

Music 

BA 

Kappo Delta, 

Pres. 

Bruin Belles 

A coppella Choir 



SHIMANOFF 

PERRY 

Oceonside 

Political Science 

BS 

Freshmon Track 



SIEG. JANET 

Piedmont 

English 

BA 

Chi Omega 

Shell and Oar 

Angel Flight 



SIENER. MICHAEL 

Los Angeles 

Political Science 

BA 

Lower Voting Age 

Petition 

Big Brothers 




SHEETS, PRISCILLA 


SHffF. JUDY 


Chula Vista 


Los Angeles 


Political Science 


Psychology 


BA 


BA 


tsf: Southwestern JC 


tsf: UCSB 


Sigma Kappo 


Honors Prog. 


Bruin Belles 


Dean's List 


Shell and Oar 





SHEPPARD 


SHERMAN, JOHN 


CATHY-JO 


Beverly Hills 


San Diego 


Bacteriology 


Nursing 


BA 


BS 


Honors Prog. 




Dean's List 



HIELDS, RICHARD 


SHIGEMURA, PHIL 


Son Pedro 


Los Angeles 


Political Science 


Engineering 


BA 


BS 


tsf; U. of Pacific 


Nisei Bruin Club 


Soiling Club 


Arnold Air Soc 


Flying Club 





SHOTTON. ALICE 


SHUTTS, JUDITH 


Anaheim 


Long Beoch 


History 


English 


BA 


BA 


tsf: Col Stote S.F. 


tsf: LBCC 



SIEGEL, MICHELLE 


SIEMBAB.SHKRYL 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


History 


Music 


BA 


BA 


Delta Phi Epsilon 




Pi Gommo Mu 




Dean's List 




Honors Program 




SILK, MARLENE 


SILK, THOMAS 


North Hollywood 


Whittier 


Pre Social Welfore 


Psycfwlogy 


BA 


BA 


Lecture Task Force 




Upward Bound 




CASE 





297 



SILVERMAN, DONNA 


SIMMLER. SUZANNE 


SIMONS, GAIL 


SINGER. LISON 


SILLMAN, STEPHEN 


SKORIN, HELEN 


Shermon Oaks 


Glendale 


Phoenix, Az. 


Encino 


Conogo Pork 


Son Pedro 


Art Hlslory 


Pre Sociol Welfare 


Psychology 


Politicol Science 


Economics 


French 


8A 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Isf: LACC 


Isf: Glendale Coll. 


Psi Chi 


Sigma Delta Tou 


Himalayo House 




Alpho Mu Gammo 


Deilo Delia Delia 


Hedrick Holl, 


Soph. Sweethearts 


House Advisor 






Soph. Sweethearts 


House Advisor 




Sproul Holl, 
Judicial Board 




SLAVEN, GARY 


SLECHTA. MARGO 


SLOAN, DONNA 


SLOGGETT, SUSAN 


SIRKIN. MARLENE 


SMAUEY, REGINA 


Culver City 


Los Angeles 


Cypress 


Reseda 


Beverly Hills 


Bellflower 


Speec h 


Sociology 


History 


History 


Sociology 


French 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 




Ish SFVSC 


Delta Gamma, V.P. 




Snow Ski Club 


tsf: Cerrilos Coll. 






Alpha Tau Omega, 




Sailing Club 


Spring Sing 






Little Sister 








SMEDRA, IRA 


SMITH, LINDA 


SMTH, RODNEY 


SMITH, scon A. 


SLOVEN, MARSHA 


SNIDER. JOSEPH 


Beverly Mills 


Los Angeles 


Polos Verdes 


La Ho bra 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Psychology 


Political Science 


Economics 


Political Science 


History 


Economics 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Dean's LisI 




Omicron Delto 


tsft Fullerton JC 




Alpha Kappa Psi 






Epsiton 


Sigma Chi, Pres. 




AIESEC 






Economics Org. 






ASB 






Departmental Scholar 








SNOW, MARNIE 


SNYDER, RONALD 


SOKOLOW, BART 


SOLINGER, ELLEN 




SOLOMIN. AVROA 


.OS Angeles 


Psychology 


Monterey Park 


West Covino 


w^ Vi^ ^ 


Woodland Hills 


Sociology 


BA 


Biotechnical 


Sociology 


^T 


Physics 


BA 


Psi Chi 


Engineering 


Political Science 


^ V J 


BS 


Alpho Omicron Pi. 




IEEE 


BA 


A.^i 


Hillel 


Vice Pres 




Satyr Staff 




^^ XTi . 


Physics Soc. 


Sociology Org., 




So. Compus Stoff 




^^^^ m 1 


Calif. State Scholar 


Co-Pres 








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SMITH, VINCENT 


f-; 


P^ 


Bakersfield 
Zoology 


¥ 


p 


BA 

Deon's List 
Intramurols 
Life 




SONES, DREW 


SOMERS, 


SOROUDI, HAMID 


SPACCIA, 


SPEAR. STEVEN 


SPIEGEL, SALA 


Los Angeles 


MARGERY 


Los Angeles 


FRANCESCO 


Glendole 


Los Angeles 


Psychology 


Los Angeles 


Engineering 


Sun Volley 


Politicol Science 


Sociology 


BA 


Geography 


BS 


Italion 


BA 


BA 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


BA 


Iranian Students 


MA 


tsf: U of Oregon 




VorsityFootboll 


Alpho Chi Omega 

Bruin Belles 

Pre-Low Society 


Club 


AlphoMu Gamma 

Phi Alpha Theta 

Cum Laude 


Rugby 




STACKLER. HELEN 


SOROKY, WILLIAM 


STANLEY. FORREST 


STANOFF, 


STANSBURY, AAARIE 


STANTON, 


Glendole 


Woodlond Hills 


Bakersfield 


JERROLD 


Torronce 


ADRIANNE 


Inter national 


Psychology 


Finonce 


Sunland 


Economics 


Huntington Beoch 


Relations 


BA 


MS 


Jopanese/ 


BA 


Political Science 


BA 


Tutorial Protect 


Lambda Chi Alpha 


Chinese 




BA 


Sigma Kappa 


Pre-Low Society 




BA 




Mortar Bd. 


New-nan Club 






Alpha Mu Gamma 
Ski Club 




EAP, Paduo 
Spurs 


STAPEL. 


STALEY, JAMES 


STEFFEN, SANDRA 


STEINBERG, LINDA 


STEINBERG. SONIA 


STERN, KENNETH 


MARIANNA 


Sonta Rosa 


Son Diego 


Studio City 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Sierra Modre 


Economics 


Psychology 


Sociology 


English 


Economics 


Political Science 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


tsf: U of Oregon 


tsf: Mesa J.C. 


tsf: UCSB 




tsf: use 


Pi Sigma Alpha 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




Shell ondOar 




Pi Gammo Mu 


SEPC 


Varsity RcwingClub 




Snow Ski Club 






Dean's List 


J,V. Crew 

1 1 










STERN, SHELDON 


»'■ 


STEVENS, JOAN 


STEVENS, KENT 


STEVENS, RICH 


STILES, ANN 


Torrance 


■#P H 


Long Beach 


Los Angeles 


Chatsworth 


Irvine 


English 


^m^S ^M 


Nursing 


Politicol Science 


Economics 


Design 


BA 


^V^B^ ^M 


BS 


BA 


BA 


BA 


tsf: El CominoJC 


PV' H 




tsf: Northwestern U 




Koppo Alpha Theta 


Doily Bruin 


B ' V 




Phi Koppa Psi 




Bruin Belles 


Hillel 


^>M V* . 11 




Rugby 
Kelps 




AWSFoshionBd 




STARCZYK, 

E. ALLBM 

Los Angeles 

Zoology 

BA 

Alpha Mu Gomma 

Conservation Club 

LIFE. Pres. 



STINE, LINDA 


STOCKER, SUSAN 


STOLLMAN, RITA 


STONE, MARSHA 


STONE THOMAS 


STRACHAN. BONNIE 


Santa Paula 


Morina Del Rey 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Alhambra 


Los Altos Hills 


SSET 


Politicol Science 


American Studies 


Sociology 


Engineering 


History 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BS 


BA 


Gommo Phi Belo 




Dean's List 


tsf: L.A. Valley Coll. 


Sigma Pi 


tsf: UCD 


Bruin Belles 




Honor's Program 




NROTC 


Bruin Belles 


Tutoriol Project 




Daily Bruin 




Cum laude 


Anchors 


Intromurols 













STRANGMAN 


STRAHON, BRENDA 


STRAnON, CHUCK 


STRAnON, GREGG 


STRAUSS, CAROL 


STRAUS, JENNY 


CRYSTAL 


Bonito 


Alameda 


Auberry 


Polos Verdes Est. 


Sherman Ooks 


Van Nuys 


Physical Education 


Pre-Dentistry 


Computer Sciences 


Politicol Science 


English 


Spanish 


BS 


BS 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


AWS OHicer 


tsf: Foothill Coll. 


tsf: Cal Poly 


Alpha Omicron Pi 


tsf: Son Diego State 


EAP 


Dance Club 


Beta Theto Pi 




Shell and Oor 


Alpha Phi 


Alpa Mu Gamma 


Intermurals 


Deon's List 




EAP, France 


University Chorus 


Sigmo Delta Pi 


Bond 


PsiChi 










STRAUSS. JULIAN 


STRICKLIN, MARY 


STUART, EDGAR 


STUCKEY, STEVEN 


STULL, MARK 


STURGEON, TRUDI 


Pacific Polisodes 


Whittier 


Sunnyvole 


Fowler 


Salinas 


Polos Verdes 


Communication 


Art History 


Economics 


Engineering 


Public Service 


Dance 


Systems 


BA 


BA 


BS 


BA 


BA 


BS 


tsf; Mills Coll. 


Alpha Kappa Psi 


Bruin Christion 


Project Discovery 


Kappo Alpha Theta 


Tau Belo Pi 


Delto Gamma 


Campus Bd. of Re- 


Fellowship 


Dykstra Hall, V.P. 


Alpha Lambdo Delta 


Computer Club 


Fashion Bd. 
Bruin Belles 


view, Sec. 




Pacific, Pres. 
NROTC 


Chimes 



300 



SULTAN, JEFF 

Sepulvedo 

Political Science 

BA 

Phi Delta Theta 



SUMLER. JANICE 


SUMMin, DEBORA 


SUNG, MARINA 


SUPPLE. ANNE 


SURLIN, GAIL 


Los Angeles 


Lennox 


Toipei, Taiwan 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


History 


Psychology 


Economics 


Speech 


Psychology 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


tsf: Howard U., Wosh 






Pi Beta Phi 




Delta Sigmo Theta 






Bruin Belles 




Bruin Belles 






Mordi Gros Booth, 
Chmn. 





SVENDSEN, 


SWAN, SHERRIIL 


SWANSON, LINDA 


SWANSON, MARY 


SWARTHOUT, 


SWEET, CATHERINE 


SHARON 


Greenbrae 


Miraieste 


Santo Monica 


CYNTHIA 


Arcadia 


South Gote 


History 


Design 


Political Science 


Pocotmo 


Theoter Arts 


Music 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Politicol Science 


BA 


BA 


Alpha Chi Omega 


DeltoGammo 


tsf: Pacific Coll., 


BA 


tsf: UCSB 


Alpha Delta Chi 




Bruin Belles 


Seattle 


tsf: UCSC 




A Capella Choir 




Mardi Gros 
Sigmo Nu Big Sister 




Pi Gommo Mu 
Pi Sigma Alpha 




TANG. 


TANIHARA, GRACE 


TAOMAE, THALIA 


TARLOW, GERALD 


TASH, LAWRENCE 


TASHIMA. JEANNE 


SHUN-ON ADRIAN 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Hollywood 


Mission Hills 


Son Francisco 


Monterey Pork 


Heolth Records 


Sociology 


Psychology 


History 


English 


Mathematics 


Science 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BS 




tsf: Boston U 


Hedrick Hall, 


tsf: UCSB 


Woodrow Wilson 


Chi Alpha Delta. 




Psi Chi 


House Advisor 


Bruin Christian 


Fellow 


Vice Pres. 






Sproul Hall, 


Fellowship 


Pi Mu Epsilon 


Nisei Bruins 






Vice Pres. 


Tutorial Project 




TAYLOR, JEAN 


TAYLOR. MIKE 


TAYLOR, R. ERVIN 


TENDAS, LINDA 


TENG, BENNIE 


TENNER, MARK 


Alhombra 


Los Angeles 


Norv/olk 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


History 


Design 


Anthropology 


Sponish/ 


Business Admin. 


Speech 


BA 


BA 


Ph.D. 


Portuguese 


MS 


BA 


tsf: UCSB 




Thesis; "Chronologi- 


BA 




Speech Honor Soc. 






cal Problems in 


Project Amigos 




Cum Laude 






West Mexican Ar- 


Alpha Mu Gamma 










chaeology" 


Spanish Honor Soc. 






iOTICO, JOSEPH 


TERADA. VERDA 


TERAOKA. STEVEN 


TERZIAN, CATHY 


TESSIERI, CAROLYN 


THAMMAPIMUK, 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Fowler 


Son Francisco 


Los Angeles 


SAISWAT 


Business Admin. 


Psychology 


Economics 


History 


Nursing 


Bangkok, Thailond 


MBA 


BA 


BA 


BA 


BS 


Education 301 




tsf: LACC 


Sigmo Alpha Epsilon 

IFC, Vice Pres. 

Pre-Low Society 

Circle K 


tsf: SFCC 


tsf: Mt. Hoi yoke 
Coll.. Moss. 


MA 



THEIS. RICHARD 

Los Angeles 

Polillcal Science 

BA 

PKi Gamma Delto 

Pro-Law Soctely 



IHOMAS, ROBERTA 


THOMPSON 


Inglewood 


DINAH 


Mathemotics 


Los Angeles 


BA 


English 


Oeon's List 


BA 


Roily Comm. 


tsf: LACC 



THOMPSON. 

ROBERT 

Los Angeles 

Mechoniccl 

Engineering 

BS 

Tou Beta Pi, 

Vice Pres. 



TOKUHARA. GILBERT 

Los Angeles 

Chemistry 

BS 

Alpha Chi Sigmo 



TOTSUBO, SUZANNE 

Los Angeles 

Joponese 

BA 

Chi Alpha Delta 

Nisei Bruins 




THCXEN, JOHNF. 


THOMAS, ANNE 


long Beoch 


Los Angeles 


Psychology 


English 


BA 


BA 


PsiChi 


Honors Program 


Deon's List 





TRINH, PHIL 

Los Angeles 

Bacteriology 

BA 

Epsilon Pi Delta 

Chinese Student's 

Club, Pres. 

Foreign Student Rep. 



TRUESDELL. AVIVA 

Von Nuys 

Morketlng 

MS 

Delta Phi Epsilon 



TSUI, SAMUa 
Los Angeles 

Business Economics 

302 MS 




THOMSON, 

NANCY 

Long Beoch 

Sociology 

BA 

ls(: UCSB 

Alpha Phi 

Honeybeors 



TICE. THOMAS 

Inglewood 

Structural Engineer 

BS 

Ski Teom 



TOMIE, JAMIE 




TOOLEN. ROBERT 


Los Angeles 




Downey 


French 




Psychology 


BA 




BA 


tsf: Colorodo St. 


U. 


Sigma Nu 



TRAEGER, DEBORAH 


TRAVIS, LUCINDA 


Los Angeles 


Ontario 


History 


Italian 


BA 


BA 




Alpho Gamma Delto 




EAP, Podua 




Tutorial Writing Project 




Honors Program 



TRIPLEH. LAWRENCE 


TRUAX. GREG 


Huntington Beach 


West Covina 


Music 


Mechanical Engineer 


BA 


BS 


Koppo Koppo Psi 




Band 




Men's Glee 





TSIEN, LAWRENCE 


TSUDA, DIANE 


Hollywood 


Culver City 


Polilicol Science 


Spanish 


BA 


BA 


Roinier House, 




Pres. 




Photo Club 




Pre Low Society 





TSUJIMOTO.DIANE 


TSURUDA. GWEN 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Mathematics 


SSET 


BA 


BA 



TSURUTANl 


TUCEVICH 


JANICE 


MICHAEL 


Sonia Monica 


Alamedo 


History 


Political Science 


BA 


BA 


tsf: SMCC 


Finance Comm.. 


Exceptional Child- 


Chmn. 


ren's Tutorial Proj. 


Debote Union 


TUGGLE, JIM 


TUPAC, ROBB^T 


Venice 


Los Angeles 


Polilicoi Science 


Psychology 


History 


BA 


BA 


tst: U. Chicago 


Housing Comm. 




CASE 




lYSDAL, VICTORIA 


UEDA. REED 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Art 


History 


BA 


BA 


Alpho Chi Omega 


Pi Gamma Mu 


Soph. Sweethearts 


Phi Etc Sigma 



VANDB?ET 

ROBB?T 

Betl 

Psychofogy 

BA 

Phi Kappa Psi 

Regents Scholar 

Cum Laude 



VASILOVICH. PETER 

Reedley 

Psychology 

BA 

Sigmo Alpha 

Epsilon 




Al^W 



UNDB?Hia 


URLAND, KARL 


ROBERT 


San Pedro 


Woodland Hills 


Political Science 


Political Science 


BA 


BA 


Arnold Air Soc.. 




Pres. 




Pre Law Society 


USLER, LINDA 


UYEKUBO, AIKO 


Son Diego 


Santa Monica 


Sociology 


Oriental Languages 


BA 


BA 


Sproul Hall, floor 




social chmn. 




Newman Center 




Spurs 




VALOIVIEZO 


i 

VALDIVIEZO 


NORA 


NORA 


Los Angeles 


Redlands 


Mathematics 


Mothematics 


BA 


BA 


tsf: UCR 


tsf: UCR 




VAZ. PERCIVAL 

Los Angeles 

Engineering 

BS 




TUCKER, LARRY 

Anaheim 

Economics 

BA 

tsf: UCSB 




TURKEl, PATRICIA 

Riverside 

Music 

8A 

tsf: UCR 

Delta Phi Epsilon 



UHEY, MARTHA 

El Segundo 

Music 

BA 

tsf: SFVSC 

Symphonic Wind 

Ensemble 



UNGER. LINDA 

Glendale 

Sociology 

BA 

tsf: UCSB 

Alpha Delta Pi 



VAGY, RICHARD 

Los Angeles 

Theater Arts 

BA 



VALENTINE 

GREGORY 

Beverly Hills 

Systems Engineer 

BS 

Phi Eta Sigma 

Marching Bond 



VAN TRIGT 

PETH? 

North Hollywood 

BA 



VEILE BARBARA 

Los Angeles 

Public Service 

BA 

Alpha Gamma 

Delta 

Bruin Belles 

Spring Sing 




303 




VON LENNARTZ 
PAULINE 
New York 
English 
BA 
.Tutorial Sto<f 



VRVANCIC 

WALLA NO 

Lokewood 

Zoology 

BA 

Sproul Hall St. Assoc. 

Weyborn St. Assoc. 

LIFE 



VYOUK. MARJORIE 

WaslCovina 

Nursing 

r- 

Koppa Delta 
Alpho Gamma 
Omega Little Sister, 
Pres. 



VOCHKO, LEE 
San Moteo 
Psychology 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Psi Chi 

SCTA 

Lomda Chi Alpho 



WAGNER, STEVEN 

Son Jose 

Economics 

BA 

Omicron Delta Epsi- 

lon 



WAHU DIANA 

Bokersfield 

Music, Ed. 

BA 

tsf: BokerslieldJr. 

Coll. 

Symphonic Wind 

Ensemble 



WAKEFIELD, LINDA 

Los Angeles 

Psychology 

BA 

Delta Gamma 

Tutorial Project 

Mardi Gros 



WALLACE, JEANNE 

Lo Conoda 

Bacteriology 

BA 

Pi Beta Phi 

Varsity song girl 

Honors program 



WALLIN, LINDA 

Glenwood 

SSFF 

DA 



Delto Gamma 
Ponhellenic 1st VP 
Sigma Nu Big Sister 



WADE, GAIL 
Los Angeles 
English 
RA 



Project Amigos 
Tutorial Project 
People-to-People 



WALTER, RICHARD 
Los Angeles 
Zook>gy 



WARD, JOEL 
Los Angeles 
Premed 



304 



WATANABE, FAYE 
Los Angeles 
Joponese 



WAnS, PATRICIA 

Los Angeles 

Political Science 

BA 

Gamma Phi Beta 



WEBER. PAUL 
Los Angeles 
Nutrition 
MPH 



WALLOWIT, KATHY 

Encino 

Art History 



WEBSTER. FRANK 

Polo Alto 

Computer- Science 

BS 

Flying Club 

Computer Club 

Radio Club 



WEBSTER, KM. TRIP 

Conoga Park 

History 

B,- 

Phi Delta Thela 

NROTC 



WEIL, SUSAN 

Los Angeles 

Psychology 

BA 

Alpha Chi Omego, 

social chmn. 

Spurs 

Dean's List 



WEINGER, GAIL 

Los Angeles 

Political Science 

BA 

Alpha Lambda 

Delto 

Poll Sci Honors 

Froternity 



WEINMAN 

JOSHUA 

San Diego 

Political Science 

BA 

Zeta Beta Tau 

Blue Key 



WEINSTEIN 

LAWRENCE 

Santa Monico 

English 

BA 

Undergraduate 

Commissioner of 

Educational Policy 




WEIRBACH.LYNN 


WEISEL, MIRIAM 


WEINER. BERYL 


WEISS, BERYL 


WELLS, LINDA 


WENKE 


Escondido 


San Jose 


Malibu 


Los Angeles 


AJladeno 


CHARLOnE 


Nursing 
BS 


Psychology 
BA 


Politico! Science 
BA 


History 
BA 


Music 
BA 


Healdsburg 
Spanish 




Phi Sigma Sigmo 


tsf; U. of Texas 


Alpha Epsilon Phi 


Music Action Comm 


tsf: UCSB 




Handball Team 


Student Educational 


Madrigals 


Phroteres 






UCLA Extension 


Policy Comm. 
Mardi Gras 


A coppello Choir 
Head Start 





WEST, KEVIN 


WHEELEP EILEEN 


WEISENBERG 


WHITE, JESSICA 


WHYTE. MARIANNE 


WICK HAM 


Tujunga 


Marino Del Rey 


MARK 


Los Angeles 


Polos Verdes Est. 


R. JANEAN 


Bocleriology 


Geography 


Los Angeles 


Donee 


Psychology 


Beverly Hills 


BA 


BA 


Bacteriology 


BA 


BA 


Design 


Phi Eta Sigma 


URAConservo- 


BA 


Delta Sigma Theta 




BA 


Sproul Hall. House 


tion Club 








tsf: U. Idaho 


Advisor 


URA Ski Club 
Intramurals 











WICKSTROM 

LINDA 

Sherman Oaks 

History 

BA 



WILDER, JANICE 


WHITTON 


WILEMAN, SUSAN 


Son Carlos 


RICHARD 


Pacific Palisades 


Sociology 


Palms 


Pictorial Arts 


BA 


Economics 

BA 

tsf UCI 

Phi Kappa Sigma 


BA 



WILKES, TERRY 

Sherman Oaks 

Psychology 

BA 

Delta Delta Delto 

Honors Progrom 

Deon's List 



WiaiS, JUDITH 

Concord 

Theater Arts 

BA 

tsf: SonJooquin 

Coll. 

Mordi Gros Exec. 



305 




WILLIS, MICHAEL 

Sun Volley 
Engineering 
B5 
Triangle 




WILLOTT, JIM 

Arcadia 

Electricol Engineer/ 

Computer Science 

BS 

Triongle 

Rifle Teom 





WINSTON, ROBERTA 
Los Angeles 
Sociology 
BA 




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WISSNER, PETER 


M^ ^vJ^H 


Los Alomitos 


•># 


Politicol Science 
BA 


^^^^f 


ASUQA General 


'^k.^PL. 


Rep. 

Colloquium Exec. Bd. 


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Pi Sigmo Alp ho 


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WONG. ANNA 


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Los Angeles 
Psychology 
BA 


^'^W 


Asion- American 


^h^^ 


Tuloriol Project 


m^ 


DeonsList 


k!t^^^^ 




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WONG, JENNIE 


w\ 


Los Angeles 

Economics 

BA 







306 





WONG, LINDA 

Honolulu, Howaii 

SSET 

BA 

Tutorial Project 

Asiofv American 

Tutoriot Project 





WOODS, HERBERT 

So. Posadena 

Psychology 

BA 

tsf: Syrocuse U. 





WIILISON. 


BRUCE 


WILLISON, MARILYN 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Economics 




English 


BA 




BA 


NROTC 




tsf: Bakersfield Coll. 



WILINER, 
ELIZABETH 
Long Beoch 
SSET 
BA 



WtTKOW. ELLIOTS, 

Los Angeles 

Economics 

BA 

Alpha Tau Omega 



WONG. ANNETTE 
Los Angeles 
Chemistry 
BS 



WINSLOW, SUSAN 

Cerritos 

English 

BA 

Shell and Oor 

Tennis Club 



WISELEY, 


ADELLE 


WISEMAN, CAROLE 


Los Ange 


es 


ErKino 


History 




History 


BA 




BA 

Phroteres 
Freshmon Orienta- 
tion Council 
Hillel 




WOLOZ, SHARON 
Los Angeles 
Political Sceince 
BA 

Mardi Gras Princess 
Brutn Belie 
Washington Intern- 
ship Program 



WONG. FRANCES 
Palo Alto 
English 
BA 



WONG, JOHN 
Los Angeles 
Mathematics 
Computer Science 
BS 


WONG, JOHNNY 

Los Angeles 

Computer Science 

BS 

Tau Beta Pi 


Triangle 
Tennis Club 





WONG, STEVE 


WOODRUFF 


Los Angeles 


KATHLEEN 


Electricol Engineer 


Sonto Borbara 


BS 


History 


Sigma Pi Deito 


BA 


Tou Beta Pi 


Alpha Delto Chi, 


ESUC 


Pres. 


Computer Club 




WOODS, J.THOMAS 


WRIGHT. JONATHAN 


Hoi lywood 


La rK aster 


Sociology 


German 


BA 


BA 


Alpha Tou Omega 


EAP, Gottingen 




ASUCLAFilm 




Comm. 




Upstairs 



WRIGHT 


WULFKUHLE 


ROSEMARY 


ANA LEE 


Loguna Hills 


Pasadeno 


Mothemotics 


Nursing 


BA 


BS, RN 


Alpho Gammo 


Alpha Phi, V.P. 


Delto 


Spurs 


Tutorial Projecl 


Bruinettes 


YAAAASHITA 


YAM AZAKI, MARY 


SALLY 


Hu ntington Beach 


Culver City 


Art 


Mathematics 


BA 


BA 





YANG, SUH-ER 


YANG. VINNIE 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Bolony 


Bio statistics 


MA 


MS 



YARBER, DIANA 


YATA, HOWARD 


Polos VerdesPenn. 


Los Angeles 


Anthropology 


Economics 


BA 


BA 


Kappa Delta 




Anchors 




Sigmo Chi, Little 




Sister 




YEH CHI-MING 


YEH, HSIEN-MIN 


Los Angeles 


Minoto-Ku, Tokyo 


Statistics 


Structural Er>gineer 


MS 


MS 



YOST, JAMES 

Pocific Palisades 

Political ScierKe 

BA 



YOUNG, ROBERT 

Long Beach 

Computer ScierKe 

BS 

tsf: UCSD 

Beta Theta Pi 

Uni Camp 














YAMANE 

MICHIKO 

Los Angeles 

Art 

BA 




YANCEY, KATHRYN 

Downey 

Nursing 

BS 

tsf; U. of Red lands 

Alpha Tou Delta 




YANO, STANLEY 

Los Angeles 

Economics 

BA 

tsf: LACC 

Cum Laude 

Dean's List 




YEE, ELAINE 

Los Angeles 

Librory Science 

MLS 

Alpha Delta Chi 

Library School, 

Rep, ot lorge 



YOSHIKAWA 

DENNIS 

Los Angeles 

Japanese 

BA 

tsf: LACC 



YOUNG, STEVEN 

Los Angeles 

Poiiticol Science 

BA 

tsf: SFVSC 

Pi Sigma Alpha 

Pre ioM Society 






YOUNG. WING 

Los Angeles 

Electricol Engineer 

BS 



YU, SUSIE 

Los Angeles 

Bacteriology 

BA 

tsf: Indiono U. 



YUNG, JUDY 


ZAGER, HOWARD 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Art 


English 


BA 


BA 




Tou Epsilon Phi 




SMCC, Soph. Pres, 




SMCC. Election 




Chmn. 







YUE. WILLIAM 

Sonto Crui 

Zoology 

BA 

Kappa Kappa Psi 

UCLA Bonds 



ZANZOT, PETER 

San Gobriel 

Economics 

BA 

Sigma Nu, Treos. 

NROTC 

Co nning Tower 

Ski Club 





307 



KARACHOFF 


ZEAMAN. MIKE 


MICHAEL 


Alius, Oklohoma 


Norlhridge 


Journalism 


Physics 


MJ 


BS 


tsf: U. of Oklohoma 


ls(: LACC 




ZEIGLER, MERIDY 


ZEITZ, JUDY 


Wilmelte, III. 


Los Angeles 


Art 


Sociology 


BA 


BA 


lsf:UCB 




Bruin Belles 




Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 




LiHie Sister 




ZIAWERMAN 


ZRAKE. JAMES 


AMY 


Los Angeles 


Van Nuys 


Theater Arts 


Pre Social Welfare 


BA 


BA 


Sigma Nu 




Blue Key 


i 


IFC Presidents Council 


ZUKOWSKI, THOMAS 


ZWEIG, STEP HAN . 


Poughkeepsie. NY. 


Los Angeles &G 


Theater Arts 


Psychology flW 


BA 


BA MrfB 


tsf: LA. Valley Coll. 


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Janis Ragusa, Treasurer 




SALLY SORORITY IS DEAD . . . 

BUT THE GREEK SYSTEM IS NOT. ' 

hange has become the password of the times, 
and the sororities hove adapted to the new 
ideas. No longer are exchanges and parties 
of principal concern. More important is the 
development of the individual. Personal 
growth, scholarship, community and campus 
involvement are the sororities' upmost goals 
for the immediate future. Each sorority is 
composed of individuals with diversified in- 
terest and beliefs, and there is a constant 
exchange of ideas. 

Inter-sorority relations are also an important 
concern, and this is the role of the Collegiate 
Panhellenic Council. Through this body, com- 
posed - to^ r«pf es«rvtat4 v^s^ifonrv each house, 
the sororities plan their rush procedures, 
organize service projects, and simply strive 
to better themselves as individuals, and as 
members of the ever changing University. 
— UCLA Panehllenic Council 



313 




314 










1 . Linda McForlond 

2. Donna Plunnmer 

3. Karen Brooke 

4. Judy Cashmere 

5. Cloudio Loidlow 

6. Linda Johnson 

7. Laura Mortin 

8. Kathy Johnson 

9. Margaret Hvidt 

10. Nancy Ratledge 
1 1 . Mary Carlson 

12. Parti Mingus 
13. Julie Fix 

1 4. Beth Homson 

15. Cindy Cotton 
16. Aloyne Adams 

17. Cheryl Perry 

18. Joan Russell 

19. Mary Gilmore 

20. Margie Juul 

21 . Kathy Moron 

22. Vol Lingmon 
23. Debbie Bloch 

24. Lynn Cummings 

25. Carol Latona 

26. Mary Ellen Duggins 

27. Sue Morton 

28. Sherrill Swan 

29. Margie Somers 

30. Chris Kindt 

31 . Joyce Trout 
32. Anita Krotz 

33. Robin Lennon 

34. Sue Converse 

35. Susie DeSantis 

36. Kathy Bryant 

37. Debbie Parker 

38. Laurie Eggers 

39. Moggie Bales 

40. Carol Raphoel 

41. Ann Clark 




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1 . Pom Rettberg 
2. Tina Kristovtch 

3. Janni Stomm 

4. Lona Riggins 
5. Potti Compbell 

6. Dentse Gonulin 

7. Linda Hicks 

8. Nancy Shubin 

9. Vicki Van Dyke 

I 0. Jeon Dubinsky 

I ) , Bonnie Swan 

12. Barbara Gorton 

13. Candy Kastel 

14. Rosann Ohlund 

1 5. Lyn Ghormley 

16. Cloudio Rader 

1 7. Simmi Bourn 

18. Margo Borreto 

Averyl Speorman 

20. Susie Nelson 

21 . Lisa Sumpf 

22. Mortha Hummel 

23. Jockie Yip 

24. Jerri Ohisson 

25. Janet Golman 

26. Jill Cunningham 

27. Josie Chon 

28. Cathy Corr 
29. Karen Hull 

30. Lee Vochko 

31 . Lindo Rosok 
32. Rondi Pressel 

33. Anita Alltounoin 

34. Roe Shillmon 

35. Michol Stewort 

36. Debby Olsen 

37. Nancy Woscoe 

38. Rito Morenoult 
39. Koran Kessen 

not pictured: 

Lynn Elegy 

Marianne Harzheim 

Cherie Lutz 

Maureen O'Neill 





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1 . Andy Epsten 

2. Julie Alpern 

3. Dede Fellows 

4. Vicki Martin 

5. Koy Tucker 

6. Roberta Levitt 

7. Karen Cohen 

8. Jonni Gorby 

9. Lucille Schulster 

10. Sue Rubin 
I I . Linda Lee 

12. Robin Podorr 

13. Mario Horvey 

14. Lynn Goldvorg 
1 5. Royce Kormon 
16. Barbara Miller 

! 7. Barbara Gronsky 

18. Jeonnie Bloom 

19. Karen Pincus 

20. Liso Stotsky 

21. Sison Baskin 

22. Mario Mossmon 

23. Koren Mack 

24. Susan Friedman 

25. Ellie Adelson 

26. Donna Penn 

27. Robin Citron 

28. Debby Gronfield 

29. Dione Ross 

30. Debbie Glazer 

31 . Debbie Leeb 

32. Nancy Lent 

33. Lynn Sembler 

34. Sue Weinstein 

35. Shelly Director 

36. Judy Golum 

37. Laurie Davis 

38. Condy Levenson 

39. Debbie Schuffler 

40. Trocy Reed 

41 . Leslie Gusinow 

42. Jonis Blumpkin 

43. Kothy Axelrod 

44. Lynn Koffman 

45. Wendy Pollock 

46. Sue Yanker 

47. Penny Krevoy 

48. M)chele Herman 

49. Debbie Sandler 

50. Cindy Kent 

not pictured: 
Sheila Friedman 
Cindy Frazin 
Karen Levey 
AAonico MocKoy 
Lynette Mogenheim 
Lolly Melnick 
Jonis Ross 
Beryl Weiss 
Sunny Zimmermen 







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1. Sondra Chooljian 

2. Barbara Veile 

3. Shelley Black 

4. Leslie Poddock 

5. Chorion Brown 

6. Mory Anne Henry 

7. Joanna Zomberlin 

8. Michele Doze 

9. Julie Lowe 

1 0. Chris Frettum 

I 1 . Mimi Kelley 

12. Sue Coody 

1 3. Laura McAvoy 

I 4. Kandy Gardner 

15. Debbie Boughn 

16. Kay Rustand 

1 7. Sandy Day 

18. Ellen Reese 

19. Modeline Wenters 

20. Marian Barnett 

21. Rosemary Wright 

22. Kris Cotberg 

23. Sharyn Riggs 

24. Luann Miller 

25. Jan Furey 

26. Julie Emmetl 

27. Cathy Teasdale 

28. Judy Morehouse 

29. Marian Miller 

30. Mory McGoey 

31. Ellie Booth 





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2. Donna Smith 

3. LizGranick 

4. Judi Hasche 

5. Teri McConnell 

6. Angela Tosti 

7. Nancy Nikirk 

8. Sharon Rodgers 

9. Mary Ellen Lopez 

10. Chris Lemmbruggen 
I I. Beryl Arbit 

1 2. Cheryl Mulligan 

13. Linda Bayless 

14. Jeonnie Griffin 
1 5. Morgan Gould 
16. Iris Berezin 

1 7. Maria Bottierra 
IB. Jessie Lane 

19. Vicki Neubert 

20. Virginia Wardle 

21 . Dona Gray 

22. Roxana Ross 

23. Rose Almachor 

24. Carol Follette 

25. Judy Layton 
not pictured: 
Shirley Davis 
Jonice Mitchell 
Vat Oblath 
Holly O'Brien 



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3. Cathy Lord 

4. Corol Leonetti 

». Maryonne Rutowski 

6. Janis Lister 

7. Shoron Brewster 

8 Sue Scott 

9. Kothy Perry 

I 0. Nancy Austin 

1 1 . Nancy Needhom 

12. Robin Roth 

1 3. Carey Resch 

M. Sondy Green 

1 5. Jan Sullivan 

16. Linda Lusk 

17. Joney Wamsley 

18. Lindo Brewer 

19. Linda Vernon 
20. Joanne Compbell 

21. Pat Crow 
22. Linda Henderson 

23. Nancy Searles 

24. Diane Keenum 
25. Diane Simons 

26. Vikke Wright 

27. Janice Estey 
28. Goyle Goodmon 

29. Cathy Crandall 

30. Debbie Pitts 

31. Beth Young 

32. Pat Fitzmorris 

33. Kathy Kraus 

34. Leslie Londgreen 

35. Antto Dorney 

36. Alin Hernandez 

37. Dione Hull 

38. Goyle Smith 

39. Cheri Foncher 

40. Lynda Terry 

41 . Cathy Forkey 

42. Anolee Wulfkuhle 

43. Sue Beron 

44. Sally McCtoud 

45. Turkey Abbott 

46. Pamme Palmer 

47. Virginia Lee 

48. Vickie Harris 





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2. Linda Lotimer 

3. Gail Solo 

4. Thora Orzechowski 

5. Dee Dee Walker 

6. Leslie Mirmon 

7. Nancy Freeman 

8. Jeannie Schofer 

9, Debbie Smort 

10. Camilla Cossity 
I I . Wendy Westover 

12. Karen Anderson 

13. Nancy Neiditch 

14. Barbara Sharon 

1 5, Sheila Hoban 

16. Cheryl Johnson 

1 7. Sara Korda 

18. Bonnie Baker 

19. Wendy Roellick 

20. Lione Lerner 

21 . Judy Twillegar 

22. Donna Wagner 

23. Kerry Thompson 

24. Dionne Moore 

25. Janet Duvordo 
26. Anna Dromlewitcz 

27. Linda Wolf 

28. Rene Kestenboum 

29. Mrs. Long 

30. Maria Brown 

31. Anne Rutherford 

32. BuHi Lorkin 

33. Melindo Miller 

34. Phyliss Cascade 

not pictured: 

Leslie Bank 

Jamie Criddle 

Melanie Linder 

Ginny Meyer 




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1 . Bev Gonnon 

2. Carol Christen 

3. Janet Luedeking 

4. Sue Gilcrest 

5. JoAnn DuFou 

6. Jane Mohr 

7. PomTully 

8. Jenno Conwelt 

9. Lynn Stevenson 

10. Darlene Doriot 
I I . Pam Halsey 

12. Sydnee Arth 

13. Nancy Clark 

14. Suzanne Wendt 

15. Judy Armstrof>g 

16. Leslie Brown 

1 7. Sue Smith 

18. Cindy Pollard 

19. Jonis Milne 

20. Tont Hewitt 
21 . Sandy King 

22. Jeonie Longmore 

23. Debby Lones 

24. Tricia Wolloce 

25. Greto Goronson 

26. Sharon Guthrie 

27. Sue Cifranic 

28. Noncy Noziska 

29. Debby Johnson 

30. Sandee Peterson 

31 . Carol Hedtgon 

32. Kay Christensen 

33. Cheri Hall 

34. Nancy Nolon 

35. Jon Sieg 

36. Marcie McKerren 

37. Denyse Ames 

38. Lynn Geschneider 

39. Cherri Myers 

40. Sally Frost 

41 . Cheri Brood heod 

42. Paula Williams 

43. Kothy Vlchokis 

44. Mary Barry 

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Toni Gondinier 
Merry Richards 




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1 . Kathy Guiver 

2. Karolyn Kiisel 

3. Stephanie Buckhom 

4. Karen Boegler 

5. Emily Spindler 

6. Koren Firth 

7. Sue Ferguson 

8. Nancy Brosheor 

9. Pomelo Wass 

10. Sondes Henry 

1 I . Suson Richardson 

12. Evy McNitt 

13. Kathy Wilson 

14. Polly Tinker 

15. Nancy Pomeroy 

16. Cathy Neiman 

1 7. Annalee McDonough 
I 8. Cindy Murroy 

19. Jockie Nelson 

20. Terri Silk 

21 . Cord Nielsen 

22. Meta Trout 

23. Patsy Aronock 

24. Linda Peterson 

25. Linda Holopoff 

26. Kothy Kiisel 

27. Robin Tucker 

28. Suzanne Pulsifer 

29. Jule Cottini 

30. Linda Sheffer 

31 . Debbie Mayer 

32. Suson Borton 

35. Linda Nielsen 

36. Suzonne Simmler 

37. Caprice Rothe 

38. Jane Meier 

39. Julie Gruen 

40. Bev Schroder 

41. Peggy Frost 



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1 . Julie McAndrews 

2. Brooke Person 

3. Eileen Barry 

4. Susie Swanson 

5. Nancy McCallum 

6. Sandy Davis 

7. Suzy Weber 

Gretchen Maschmeyer 

9. Sandy Shipman 

10. Myrna Serofino 
1 1 . Marcia Engel 

12. Mary Jane Stricklin 

1 3. Donna Sloon 

1 4. Katie Low 

15. Julie Mclntyre 

16. Rondo Voge! 

17. Nancy Lynn Stafford 

18, Winkle Wolfe 

19. BuHy Black 

20. Cheryl Pond 

21 . Andrea Covert 

22. Linda Wollin 

23. Marja Hoffman 

24. Karen Okerstrom 

25. Rochelle Thomas 

26. Terry Covington 
27, Chris Alderete 

28. Nancy Knox 

29, Janis Weyrouch 

30. Nancy Rethmeier 

31 . Sherry McLaren 

32. Brenda Uyemuro 

33. Eloine Fontana 

34. Judy Gross 

35. Carol Froser 

36. Cammie Larson 

37, Loren Cooper 

38. Loni Granum 

39. Cosey Mclanahan 

40. Kris Vicklund 

41. Sherry Moody 

42. Tino Ruppel! 

43. Cindy Lindquist 

44. Tori Palmer 

45. Dion Rodriguez 



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1 . Sharon Marks 

2. Michelle Siegel 

3. Patricio Turkel 

4. Alice Handel 

5. Roulette Stern 

6. Janet Rosner 

7. Stephanie Rudolph 

8. Koren Stern 

9. Leslie Schermer 

10. Linda Navin 

1 1 . Morlene Magenheim 

12. Bonnie Rosenblott 

13. Joanne Perler 

14. Joclyn Eskin 

15. Barbara Monheimer 

16. Roberta Groner 



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1 . Denise Mathey 

2. Chris Higgs 

3. Morsho Hebden 

4. Sue Hayles 

5. Sherri Meares 

6. Nancy Strang 

7. Debbie Boyne 

8. Lynn Utzinger 

9. Barbara Guis 

10. Carolyn Hayes 

11. Chris Cullen 

1 2. Jonet Gimbel 

13. LibbyKohler 

14. Linda Carroll 

15. Gail Wolven 

16. Pam Grobecker 

1 7. Kathy McKendrick 

18. Donna Milefchik 

19. Christi Snyder 

20. Trudy Lynch 

21. Pat Watts 

22. Noncy Hebden 

23. Kristo Schmidt 

24. Moryonn Sobotnick 

25. Vicki Welch 

26. Cothy Young 

27. Kathy Colclasure 

28. Kathy Nielson 

29. Ellen Turner 

30. Vicki Rieber 

31 . Teri Trumbore 

32. Nancy Blickensderfer 

33. Linda Stine 

34. Kari Young 

not pictured: 

Cheryl Chlod 
Becki Cox 
Linda Dickey 
Jon Harbaugh 
Diane Lang 
Sue Schofield 
Hollis Stowell 





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2. Beth McCIure 
3. Miriom Teutsch 

4. Nino Nicholson 

5. Judy Lissner 

6. Tina Hall 

7. Lindo Wedding 

8. Jonet Hedrick 

9. Debbie Palmquist 

10. Janet Flammong 

I 1 . Linda Wicksfrom 

12. Diane Dearden 

13. Cindy Miller 

U. Robyn Bentley 

15. Debbie Kabuss 

16. Margaret Potts 
1 7. Cathy Adams 

18. Mary Rounsovell 

19. PaHy MuUord 

20. Cindy Flannery 

21 . Janice Rogusa 

22. Borbara Raymond 

23. Mia Gilberg 

24. Cindy Veil 

25. Nancy Newman 

26. Marty Betzler 

27. Lou Robinson 
28. Sue Rondell 

29. Mrs. Edwards 

30. Melcxiy Bankes 

31. Janie Klaustermeyer 

32. Maryonne Honnold 

33. Jean Clinite 

34. Corol Clinite 

35. Judy Hannond 

36. Joan Woolway 
37. Marilyn May 

38. Jo HoHeins 

39. Dano Peterson 

40. Andria Pill 

41. Rini Fitzpatrick 

42. Marianne Mitchell 

43. Bonnie MacEvoy 

44. Wendy Howard 

45. Gayle Holderness 

46. Nancy Ghon 

47. Marilee Bankes 

48. Cyndy Lengnick 

49. Jackie Bell 

50. Ann Stiles 
51. Trudi Sturgeon 

52. Shirley Buss 

not pictured: 

Toni Dickinson 

Marie McGoHigan 

Judy Wolker 




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1. Pam Patty 

2. Jan Brooks 

3. Nancy Stephen 

4. Diane Scherer 

5. Cheri Dunn 

6. Margie Vykouk 

7. Bonnie Reilly 

8. Harriet Shields 

9. Linda Guymon 

10. Genie Kaiser 
1 1 . Meg Gompt 

1 2. Nancy Tinsley 
1 3- Janis Riegle 

14. Elinor Fowler 

15. Debbie Hammorgren 

16. Phyllis Molcomson 

17. Barboro Cote 

18. PotBrody 

1 9. Sharon Yarber 

20. Chole Clements 

21 . Diana Yarber 

22. Sheryl Schroder 

23. Helen Worren 

24. Cothy Chapnnan 

25. Laurie Bagnard 
26- Cathy Johnson 

27. Mary Nostronero 

28. Gail Woodard 

29. Linda Tubbesing 

30. Bonnie Nickel 

31 . Ellen Juliene 

32. Kelly Wotson 

33. Chris Carbaugh 
not pictured: 

Les Ewing 
Bette Giles 
Barb Minnie 
Bonnie Strochan 





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2. Vikki Prusos 

3. Tish Bigelow 
Gretchen Schnieders 

5. Kothy Gilcrest 

6. Corol Booth 

Shirley Bergstrom 

8. Kelly Yagemann 

9. Betsy Strong 

10. Mory Lind 

1 I . Goyle Power 

12. Becky Borgert 

13. Kendel Bear 

1 4. Debby Lamp 

15. Andy Korkos 
16. Carolyn Johns 

I 7. Sandy Bernards 

18. Vol Howord 

19. Denny Brown 

20. Karen Snyder 

21. Vicki Neemeyer 

22. Susan Jennings 

23. Nancy Thomas 

24. Peggy Riggle 

25, Christine Barker 

26. Karen O'Kone 

27. Kim Necessary 

28. Chris Keith 

29. Annette Wiley 

30. Kristen Grillo 

31. Va! Lee 

32. Nancy Grant 

33. Louise Egly 

34. Barbara Bohnstadt 

35. Denise McCrory 

36. Cindy Held 

37. Robin Cleary 

38. Carole Knaul 

not pictured: 

Geri Baur 

Carlotta Brant 

Lynn Brocoff 

Dru Doheny 

Susan Grant 

Marcio Ling 

Lindo Miller 

Phyllis Sirota 

Marilyn Bortlett 

Kathy Bonness 

Kirby Hanson 

Hilary Johnson 




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1 . Enid Lerner 

2. Debe Berger 

3- Judi Arzt 

Sandy Zimmerman 

Virginio Von Osdel 

6. Pat Nogy 

7. Aileen Detering 

B. Connie Westvtg 

9. Sondi Oliver 

10. Anne Bower 

11. Cheryl Crist 
Borboro Menendez 

13. Jo-onn Robbs 

14. Maggy Merrick 

15. Eileen Edgerton 

16. Vicki Chung 

1 7. Suzanne Bruce 

18. Cothy Weir 

19. Linda Ballonce 

20. Jonis Jocobson 

21. Linda Cooper 

22. Belinda Block 

23. Janet Woche 
24. Fran Thompson 

25. Fran Langfitt 

not pictured: 

Wanda Calkins 



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Sue Moss 
Joyce Lessor 
Mimi Koufmon 
Helonie Kurtzman 
Borbora Kadner 
Nito EHrom 
Keren Graft 
Carol Scotf 
Korin Koplan 

10. Nancy Mozar 

11. Beverly Miller 

12. Elaine Stewart 
I 3. Debi Morons 
M. Joon Linden 

15. Cheryl Gelmon 

16. Cyndee Kohn 

17. Mimi Weisel 
not pictured: 

Sondy Solko 
Thrisho Fredricks 
Sue Rosenfeld 
Karen Brody 
Anno Kopplemon 



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1 . Anne Fleming 

2. Angelo Chen 

3. LeslieWilley 

4. Laurie Bird 

5. Joonne Pierson 

6. Loine Piini 

7. Pat Howard 

8. Mary Sewell 

9. Michelle Piozet 

10. Wendy Sheffers 
I I . Lucy Semeniuk 

1 2. Jeanne Brown 
I 3. Eleanor Fearman 

14. Ka(hy Fields 

15. Martha Berry 

16. Alexis Hix 

17. Sue Steidley 

18. Christy Snyder 

19. Faye Gordinier 

20. Janet Fish 

21 . Undo Le Marinel 

22. Jane Stansbury 

23. Suenell Yankie 

24. Barbie Huff 

25. Nancy Miner 

26. Nancy Allen 

27. Alison Fuller 

28. Lynn Kudio 

29. Barbara Jack 

30. Katie Dore 

31. Kristi Rasmussen 

32. Kathy Williams 

33. Debbie Rothaus 

34. Cecelia Ramos 

35. Nancy Rodgers 

36. Andreo Doumokes 

37. Diane Pirie 

38. Betsy Eick 

39. Pam Silver 

40. Kathy Schultz 

4! , Cindy Dudugjian 

42. KrisSchuIti 

43. Anne Supple 

44. Caroline Walker 

45. Dana Wheeler 

46. Sue Pebley 

47. Janie Richardson 
not pictured; 
Dan Dunn 

Joan Fast 
Jaki Fleming 
Susan Horsell 
Nancy Rensenhouse 
Jeannie Walloce 
Nancy Wold 
Lucy Semeniuk 
Joani Stillman 



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1. Melanie Yosgoor 

2. Ronda Pieter 

3. Ricki Feldmon 

4. Noncy Rosen 
5. Joanne YoHee 

6. Nogo Amir 

7. Gayle Abrams 

8. Cathy Olshane 

9, Donna Rofhschild 

10. Melodie Gelber 

1 1. Sylvie Kulkin 

12. Margo Lessner 

13. Gorl Capian 

14. Beth BenneH 
15. Rochelle Gazin 

16. RoseAnn Cohen 
I 7. Susan Kaplan 

18. Beverly Hammer 

19. Judy Schlesinger 

20. Ilene Billens 

21. Janet Wolff 

22. Mrs. Dorothy Ruge 

23. Judy Guzik 

24. Evonne Levin 

25. Kathy Sirotta 

26. Lisa Raufman 
27. Susan Siraton 

28. Susan Colen 

29. Barbara Moster 

30. Sharon Gam 

31. Suson Gordon 

32. Cothy Hoilperin 

33. Lindo Gattegno 

34. Betsy Copelon 

35. Noncy Pickett 

36, Jan Brownstien 

37. Wendy Miller 

38- Andreo Berman 

39. Margie Broun 

40. Pamela Oringel 



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1 . Atherw Peralta 

2. Bonnie Cooper 

3. Priscilia Sheets 
4. Stephanie Stolarz 

5. Mory Rockett 

6. Hallie Herndon 

7. Cindy Word 

8. Cherry Mitchem 

9. Dorlene Goul 

10. Mary Schleifer 
I I . Carolyn Koiser 
12. Paula Skillman 

13. Mary Htghfill 

1 4. Norma Suffron 

) 5. Moxlne Klein 

16. Ruth Anne Berkness 

17. Rondo Wilmoth 

18. Mory Vineyard 
19. Mrchete Lonnbardo 

20. Janet Bowman 



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The fraternity system at UCLA has been in existence for 
almost 50 years. But it is only recently that the system has 
begun a serious self-examination. To be sure, much of the self- 
examination was prompted by criticism from university students 
and the challenge of the changing context in which they live. , 
Membership in a fraternity neither excludes individuals from, 
nor binds them to this change. In trying to meet and answer 
the criticisms and satisfy their own needs for meaningful re- 
sponses through personal experience, fraternities have begun 
to restructure their system. 

Last November in affirmation of the policy of reexamination, 
a conclave was held which ultimately resulted in a radical re- 
vision of the IFC. The Fraternity Senate was created. It is de- 
signed to facilitate the organizational decision-making processes 
of the representatives of the fraternity system within a frame- 
work which allows for a greater amount of diversity among the 
different houses. 

A fraternity which sustains the popular Hollywood stereo- 
type, to which many students subscribe, no longer exists. This 
is not to say that certain individuals within houses would not 
fit such a stereotype; but one must recognize a stereotype as 
such, and realize that the vast majority of individuals do not fall 
within such a narrow concept. It is absurd to believe that 
members of houses do not engage in campus activities, as 
groups and as individuals, whether they be political, social, 
or cultural events. Fraternities offer varied activities for the 
student, from loud-band parties and sensitivity sessions to ser- 
vice projects and colloquiums. Some houses are revising their 
entire structure by going coeducational or in the direction of 
communal living. Moreover, they offer a companionship and 
brotherhood which is rarely found elsewhere on this campus. 

The purpose here is not to defend the fraternity system or 
to ease the conscience through self-justification, so much as to 
properly introduce fraternities to the campus at large. The non- 
fraternity student should realize the value of investigation and 
examination before conclusions are drawn; conclusions based 
upon hearsay evidence lead to invalid and distorted results. 
The fraternity member must continue the process of self-exam- 
ination, measuring not how much he has changed, but how far 
he has to go. _J^^^ Fraternity Senate 



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Jeff Snap 


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Ross Worren 


3. 


Jofin Hatch 


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Bill Kieckfiaefer, pres 


5. 


Dana Ayres 


6. 


Doug Smart, sec. 


7. 


Geoff Daigle 


8. 


Peter Robb, v. pres. 


9. 


Jim Tollorida 


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Rick Sampson 


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Jeff Hirsti 


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Al Strong 


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Dove D'Arco 


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Jim Gallagfier 


15 


Brion McKenna 


16. 


Curt Ezel 


17. 


Doug Anderson 


18. 


Frank Anderson 


19. 


Mike Clork 


20. 


Wray Lodine 




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John Goudge 




Mark Nielsen 




George Morgan 




Scott Howell 




George Chung 




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Business is as usual. 



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Dove Webb 


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Rob Borry 


3. 


George Nichols 


4. 


Fred Dorey 


5. 


John Bergstedt 


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7. 


Mike Armstrong 


8. 


Pete Leohey 


9. 


Don Gandora 


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Jim Cairns 


11. 


Mike Dunkle 


12. 


Al Coke 


13. 


Tim Ryan 


14. 


Professor Kim 


15. 


Tom Miles 


16. 


Jim Poett 


17. 


Bill Frosh 


18. 


Jim McKonno 


19. 


Terry Mason 


20. 


Brian Putnam 


21. 


Greg Cosillas 


22. 


John Wilkes 


23. 


Tod Spieker 


24. 


Bob Biorklond 


25. 


Bill Schumon 


26. 


Mike Ashley 


27. 


Jeff Stork 


28. 


Jeff McKinney 


29. 


Russ Blumenthal 


30. 


Jim Londis 


31. 


Steve Williams 


32. 


Jim Corl 


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Steve Colley 




Jeff Greene 




Bill Hinck 




Bob Kull 




Kim Lemasters 




Pete Von Trigt 




Bob Young 




Bob Emmett 




Steve Runk 




John Knox 



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Delts came truckin' back to campus fully 
prepared to accept the responsibilities of the 
coming year. Hell-week evolved to an oil 
house work party, with all combining their 
efforts in house painting and general im- 
provement. Together with an intelligent and 
diversified Fall pledge class, the Delts re- 
treated to the scenic comfort of a Big Bear 
resort, to reflect on the past, and to plan 
some new successes: 

Delt ingenuity innovated a major enter- 
tainment booth. The Fun House, for MARDI 
GRAS 1969; hours of hard work proved fruit- 
ful as the Delta nabbed the Executive Com- 
mittee trophy. Spring also found Delts host- 
ing underprivileged youth from Jordan High, 
as part ofo progressiveGreekWeekprogram. 

Fall saw the Delts being themselves at 
the Pledge Champagne Formal, Wild Wild 
West and 'Big Game' French Apache' parties. 
National Color Company proofs have re- 
peatedly revealed the free atmosphereofthe 
Delt party. Introductory sorority pledge din- 
ners with Kappas, Thetas, and Pi Phis were 
meaningful social engagements if one took 
the time to pursue matters further. 

A second retreat at Squaw Valley saw the 
Delts still thinking about where their heads 
were— a group of men who are individuals, 
living in a group, enjoying and at times tol- 
erating other individuals . . a group who, 
on the basis of friendship put "it" together. 
Delts are truckin' on down the line in '70. 



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2. JohnPolton 

3. John Wargo 
4. Bob Lesh 

5. WodeLomson 

6. Gory Yomontos 

7. Jim Cosky 

8- Steve Corpenter 

9. John Smoot 

1 0. Craig Hamilton 

1 1 . Paul Brown 

Vince Silverman 

13. Scott Neely 

14. Joel Cox 

15. ScoHEbner 

16. EdGrebel 

17. Bort Patton 
18. MarkWright 

19. Steve Rogers 

20. Mike Itoliono 
21 . Lee Adorns 



22. Dave McDonald 

not pictured: 

Paul Alessini 

John Apperson 

Bob Baldwin 

Greg Konne 

Borry Kelly 

Bob Kiernon 

Tom Kikuchi 

Dove Kruse 

John LeGros 

Roy Levorio 

Rob Littlejohn 

Mike Mueller 

Kevin Powlik 

Pot Plomondon 

Bob Rogers 

Swertfager 

Jiro Togawo 

Bill Waddell 

Fred Weiner 



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the mainstream is not so bad if you bock 
your ass against the wall here we come 
and see us 

totally living in the impetus of spirit 

and all that 
werelax and activate in (bro-ly like); 
LEARN and relearn the Peloponnesian war 
but we are where the happening story. 

they are so crude and it doesn't relate to 

the community and why don't they get in- 
volved and why must they 
the beerguzzling bourgeoisie 
cloister 

themselves in anonymous membership and 
the label, 

the status is a sickness 

oh hurl ye your invectives our way, 
ye who know us so well. 

You are welcome 

to try and keep slandering us 

but we will survive 

because we are not ashamed to say 
we like our good times and the 
bro-hood 
and the bro-hood 
will not stop. 



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1. Gary Montgomery 

2. Scott Kirk 

3. Hollis Lenderking 

4. Terry Oftedal 
5- Ken Jablonski 

6. Mike Inkster 

7. Gary Brown 

8. Norm Nelson 

9. Bill Winder 

I 0. Tom Landers 
) I . Stan Terry 
1 2. Steve Curron 

13. John Langpop 

14. Greg Davenport 

1 5. Bob Newman 

16. Rob Kent 

1 7. John Prentice 

18. BobGhirelli 

19. Jerry Barnes 

20. Kirk Moon 

21 . Don Leutz 

22. Bruce Toylor 

23. Steve Dunnogon 

24. Gil Jansen 

25. Bill Moron 

26. Don McGonn 



27. Stu Ledsam 

28. Dennis Hearst 

29. Ron Williamson 

30. Jim Shepner 

31 . Mike Moody 

32. Gary Ludlow 

33. Horold Haug 

34. Bob Pitzer 

35. Jim Lucas 

36. Jerry Bagger 

37. Paul Garnett 
not pictured: 
(actually, still in bed) 

Ron Picco 
Jim Foy 

George Grihalvo 
Terry Kaspar 
Al Lundy 
Don Craig 
Vic Tremble 
Roy Roberts 
Goyle Winting 
Warren Nagano 
Evans Hommond 
Mike Soderberg 
Jeff Raker 
Lance Pugh 




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1. Eric Roso 

2. Norm Donotdson 

3. RiclcThierbach 

4. Mark Finley 

5. Bruce Kingsbury 

6. Ron Montgomery 

7. PhilFronklin 

8. Pete Peterson 

9. AlexMucino 

I 0. Terry Vernoy 

11. Bob Vogt 

12. Jim Boulon 
) 3. Bob Greig 

14. Dean Burriston 

15. Joe Audino 

1 6. Ed Souve 

not pictured: 

Kevin Smith 
Terry PoIIey 
Greg Gill 
Bill Murrell 
Dove Simmonds 
Rich Howorth 
Andy Doggatt 
Vince Bischof 
Gordon Bosserman 
Keith Meisenheimer 
Trip Webster 




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Kip Gray 

Will Clark 

Peorlene Dechard 

Bill Riley 

Corl Wisniewski 

Wayne King 

Pete Kronske 

8. JimBlock 

9. Dennis Lundquist 

10. Richard Theis 
1 I . Tony Mardion 

12. Jeff Pichel 

13. Joe Gong Woo 

14. Leroy Lang Henry Carver III 
1 5. Sfeve Wogner 
16. Rex Meyer 
I 7. Mork Morrow 
not pictured: 

John Achuff 
Gaey Berstein 
Karl Englert 
PhilFlores 
Jerry Leitch 
Bruno Bisceglio 
Ted Roess 
Brock Rag no 
Joe Rosenberg 
Jim Sayre 
Robert Sbardelloti 
Bob Scurrch 
Bean Westly 



SEE the exitless firetrap riddled by Darwin- 
ism — sometimes drunken and jungle- 
like—permeated by the tool, infiltrated 
by an occasional crescendo whoop 
whoop and visited by a passing brown 
helmet. 

NOTICE the interior, decorated by 30 living, 
bottomless mirrors unendingly reflect- 
ing each other, refusing to live un- 
intensely. 

OBSERVE the newly padded halls — a play- 
ground for spontaneous games and 
sensitivity whose use is exclusively re- 
served for those who follow the first 
commandment — Know Thyself. 

VISUALIZE an unspoken bond between 
separate, unique entities, living in a 
land where masks are impossible to 
wear but costumes are encouraged and 
have a certain flare. 

PEEK into the dork cove and see the two 
sins meet, peer into the palace where 
the royalty listens to sick puns or shop 
in the midnight warehouse. If you dare, 
take the four year tour of every cham- 
ber in the Magic Theatre. 

WATCH as ear splitting laughter fills the 
halls but is unheard by the blind critic 
who can't find the door because to him 
it is not relevant and abovethe laughter 
one can hear him crying, "I don't 
understand." 



i. 


Jim Myers 


14. 


Croig Burke 


2. 


Brad Langston-Jones 


15. 


Dick Sessler 


3. 


Steve Krueger 


16. 


Doug Anderson 


4. 


Dennis Poland 


17. 


Rondie Lintz 


5. 


Ed Bergstrom 


18. 


Steve Bardwil 


6. 


Bob Vonderel 


19. 


Bob MetcaK 


7. 


Rondy Wheeler 


20. 


Kirk Kilgour 


8. 


John Zajec 


21. 


Bruce Herring 


9. 


Benny Vijoria 


22. 


Ed Browning 


10. 


Neil Morgan 


23, 


Jerry Stenehjem 


11. 


Kent Stevens 


24. 


Scott Dotton 


12. 


Gary Gray 


25. 


Jim Stinson 


13. 


Ron Butler 


26. 


Spookie 




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1 . Randy Gregory 

2. Randy Slaughter 

3. Mike Phelon 

4. Tom Wilson 

5. Bill Battles 

6. John Slater 

7. Mark Barr 

8. Steve Kaufman 

9. PhilKlien 

10. Rich Whitton 

11. Bob Howe 

12. Joe Botler 

13. Greg Arth 

14. Bob Ramsey 
15- Steve Sehgmon 

16. Bruce Hill 

17. Bob Leor 

18. Chuck Negri 

19. John Livie 

20. Lee Carrier 

21 . Tom Shover 

22. Jim Bobcock 

23. Louie Miromontes 

24. Doug Roth 

25. Ted Elink-Schuurmon 

26. Deon Boker 

27. Mike Fielding 

28. Carl Thomos 

29. Rich Hunter 

30. Woyne Pugh 

31. Doc Richards 

32. Jeff Mother 

33. Roger O'Brien 





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In spite of the best efforts of our draft 
boards, the IFC Judicial Board, and the Daily 
Bruin editorial staff, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
rolled on into the 70's in high gear. 

In addition to lost year's monthly grovels, 
we mustered enough class to put on a formal 
dinner for Brother Tommy Prothro and our 
alumni. Of course, a well-rounded social pro- 
gram could not have been complete without 
the active participation of our Little Sisters 
of Minerva. 

Athletically, we contributed four members 
to UCLA's first undefeated NCAA champion 
water polo team, and Frey Heath won last 
year's NCAA 100-yard freestyle crown. 

Four patriots among us suddenly decided 
to enlist in the National Guard, led by Tom 
Cote (No. 1 -Sept. 14). 

Overcoming a few serious non-efforts, we 
managed to maintain a 2.75 GPA and place 
four men on the Dean's List. 

Most important of all, in an overdue 
response to both the legitimate and myopic 
criticisms leveled against our "system", we 
finally sat down together to separate the 
relevant from the archaic, to find our raison 
d'etre. Our conclusion: As long as students 
appreciate the value of close, loyal friends 
who are willing and able to live together, 
the SAE will remain as strong as ever. 



17. 



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1 . Tom Cote 
2. Bill Rogers 
3. Bill Aldrich 

4. MikeDorsey 

5. Terry Palme 
6. Stu Hastings 

7, Bill Fronk 

8. Mike Kent 
9. GeotfGroat 

10. Bob Mouradion 
11. Phil Fonloro 

1 2. Jock Boriteou 

13. Glen Hughes 
14. Steve Dorrow 

1 5. Greg Vorwerck 

16. Brian Croig 

Chuck Dragicevich 

18. SteveBoughton 

19. Jim Kouffmon 

20. Bud Jones 

21. JeHLosch 

Paul Bickenbach 

23. Bill Newkirk 

Kelly McSpodden 

25. Mike Thomas 

26. Andy Degeus 



27. Bob Lind 

28. Mike Buscher 

29, Ron Cornell 

30. JeHOderman 

31. Howord Shempp 

32. Jay Morgener 

33. Paul Becskehozy 

34. Bob Cockle 

35. Bob Skelley 

36. Kent Bridwell 

37. Dan Downing 
38. Wayne Holland 

39. Steve Kelly 

40. Curt Hansen 

41. Rick Rusch 

42. Bob Allison 

43. NelsonMeade 

44. Jim Puffer 

45. Tom Apodaca 

46. John Sinclair 

47. Jim Anderson 

not pictured: 

Tom Roso 

Croig Anderson 

Frank Eldridge 

Jim RosewQter 




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The self-exploratory living, and laughing 

Till it hurts. Worry about women and 

Run! Score! for Sigma Chi! 

Read till your eyes close in other worlds, and 
then write 

When the dining room is perfectly still -late 
lights. 

Noisy, steamy showers before we walkthe hill 

To the Megaversity; sometimes overwhelm- 
ing, always stimulating. 

Returning home: chili powder, chicken, stew 
or soup 

Graces the palates; plates, now left, a pledge's 
joy? 

And closeness and cohesion through it all, 
Learning, loving, to show and find the hu- 

manness we have. 
Our lesson: the goodness— value — every 

man has, 
EVERY man — if you will but look for it; look 

and listen. 

Can you remember . . . ? 
A Christmas tree laden with fruit and candy, 
And rich glitter friendly glowing 

After our tests. 
And the girls. 

And inspiration, education, initiation; revela- 
tion 
Of hearts and minds that con grow— together 

The prime of life. 
Our joys, our toils. 
Building life's pillars firmly, together. 

Daring to know ourselves in a way no one else 
Can. 



1. 


Brian "Wedge" Casserly 


20 


Scott Smith 


2. 


Tom Buonorigo 


21 


Rodger Brown' 


3. 


Mike Bettega 


22 


Rick Pittenger 


4. 


Bruce Ostrander 


23. 


Dave Banker 


5. 


JeH Close 


24 


Dividito Parker 


6, 


Bob "the Hie" Clark 


25 


Doug Hild 


7. 


David Delnero 


26 


Howard Dutra 


8. 


Dob "Huggy" McDonald 


27 


Bob Seekotz 


9. 


Tom Metzger 


28. 


Bob Norton 


10. 


Dave Mostermon 


29. 


Toni Dickenson 


11. 


Pal McClure 


not 


pictured 


12 


Bob Cuyler 




Joe Ingolls 


13 


Tom "Shifty" Zapoto 




Gary Anderson 


14. 


Richard Jonsen 




Jim Neil 


15 


John Hammon 




Bruce Thayer 


16 


Tim Lenhorf 




Lee Gorson 


17 


Cliff Ghersen 




Paul Hauens 


18 


Bob lynch 




"Sig" (our dog) 


19 


Tim V^/ade 




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1. Bruce Ingram 

2. Jim Lineberger 

3. Tom Romons 

4. Horry Montague 

5. Bob Edmondson 

6. Steve Stephanou 

7. Mork Koboto 

8. Gory Cooper 

9. Jeff Corliss 

10. Jim Arcuri 
1 I. Rodger Johnson 

12. Pot Graham 
13. Doug Hansen 

14. Joe Clark 

15. JimJames 

16. Tim O'Neill 

17. PeteZonzot 
18. Wayne Londis 

19. Bob Sovluk 

20. Bill Young 

21. Steve Cobb 

22. Jeff Lophom 

23. Jim Cody 

24, Alon Roberson 

25. Jim Johnson 

26. MorkNiederman 

27. Jim Sterbentz 

28. Larry Strahm 

29. Lloyd Gillespie 

30. Don Stoll 

31 . Jim Ingram 

32. Wally Kaltenborn 

33. Rich Docherty 

34. Derrie DesMorteou 

35. Fred Brody 

36. Bob Toolen 
37. Jim Price 

not pictured: 

Tim Meoger 

Tom Tabor 

Bob Blair 

Tom Rougiolo 

Gene Deetz 

Alan Lemmermon 

Rick Boska 

Claude Tomasini 

Steve Tomborski 

Dean Riskis 

Bob losey 

Les Rosen 

Jim Zroke 

Mike Cooper 

Steve Cornell 

Blake Ronkin 





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The Theta Delts liked the lottery. We should 
have, the House average was above 200. 
Contrary to the Daily Bruin's belief we did 
have more happening than "booze, parties, 
and girls." The Brothers had fun doing their 
thing. The "unrecruited minorities" found 
no difficulty "securing recognition." 

As to the problem of averting our "ap- 
proaching demise," you're welcome to find 
out how the Theta Delts did it. Anywoy, 
what's wrong with booze, parties, and girls, 
DB? 



1. BruceReinick 

2. Poul Hiley 

3. GregDurgin 

4. Clyde Harkins 

5. Fernondo Suorez 

6. John McCorty 

7. Steve Witt 

8. Barry Kite 

9. Steve Rondle 

10. Foster Montalbono 

I I . Lorry Dusich 

12. Art Wright 

13. Tony Boychenko 

14. Herb Love 

15. Sol Kolil 

)6. John Pockord 

17. John Becker 

18. JockSolyer 
19. Ed Brewer 

20. Charlie Robinson 

2 1 . Dove Rodrigue 

22. Phil A|oiko 

23. Scott Livingston 

24. Borry Grumman 

25. Bloin Ewing 

26. Alon Strotford 

27. Bob Martinez 

28. O.C. Carter 

29. Eric A. Bisw^ell 

30. Carl Cheodle 

3 1 . Jon Ouinn 

32. Bob Zintgroff 

33. ChuckHoughey 



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1969 was a good year for ZBT. We had 
a tremendous colloquium in theMalibuMoun- 
toins with the Thetas in the spring. We estab- 
lished o very fine Little Sister organization. 
We had a very successful UNICEF fund- 
raising drive. We hosted such distinguished 
guests as San Francisco Mayor Joseph Alioto 
and NFL Most Valuable Player Roman Gab- 
riel. We made it to the All-U Playoffs in foot- 
ball, baseball, bowling, tennisand other intra- 
mural sports. We took 2 1 pledges in the fall. 
We had our fomous parties which the Phi 
Kapps loved but the Lambda Chi's hated be- 
cause they were never allowed in. We hod 
good times — we hod fun. 

But people soy things on this campus are 
changing; that there's no need for frater 
nities or sororities any more. They label us 
traditional, archaic and obsolete. Flow sad. 
Flow sod because within our system each one 
of us has grown — not only intellectually — but 
socially as well. We used to have bonfires 
before football games, serenades at sorori- 
ties, Flomecoming Week, Spring Sing at the 
Hollywood Bowl. Things that broke the mono- 
tony of just gorig to school. But all that is 
gone — all that is traditional, archaic and obso- 
lete. There's simply no needfor it, so they say. 
It is fortunate for us thatSouthern Campus re- 
corded those times; it is unfortunate thotit 
will never be able to do so again. Flow sad. 



1 . Buzz Kaplan 

2. Esther Howard 

3. Larry Bass 

4. Flip Phillips 
5- Marty Rus 

6. Mork Schneider 

7. Mark Greenfield 

8. Turk Adelmon 

9. Steve Keirman 

10. Ted Green 

1 I . Keith Bregman 
12. Bill Winslow 
1 3. Sy Silverstein 
14. Sheldon SroloH 
1 5- Gary Michele 
16. Mark Scrote 
1 7. Josh Weinbaum 

18. Jules Kobat 

19. Herm Trabish 

20. Gary Benson 

2 1 . Mickey MeM.Tian 

22. Mark Greenberg 

23. Mark Richards 

24. Mark Vogel 

25. Gory Wolch 



26. Gory Weiss 

27. Kuet Swidlwe 

28. Bill Gluckman 

29. Joe Moreno 

30. Rick Louis 

31. Marty Schneider 

32. Zone Auerboch 

33. RickFerkel 

34. Ron ZiH 

35. Jeff Kurtz 

36. Ken Cain 

37. Chris Gaynor 

38. Allen Pyenson 

39. PoulBerstein 
not pictured; 

Ron Spire 
Rich Marks 
Jim Farley 
Randy Garfield 
Bruce Hensel 
Lee Phillipson 
Mike Gotzaken 
Arthur Levine 
Bruce Smiley 
Larry Kaiser 






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AXE, the professional chemistry fra- 
ternity, is quartered deep in the con- 
fines of the Chemistry Building, but its 
spirit and activities are anything but 
underground. The assistance rendered 
to the department was more than wel- 
comed. These services include selling 
safety goggles, conducting periodic safe- 
ty checks, and awarding our scholarships 
to top chem students. Our physical ac- 
tivities includes grudge matches against 
the chem faculty in football, baseball, 
and volleyball. The last game, a grid 
match, ended with the faculty victorious 
by a mere "30 points." The social call 
includes parties and informal get-toge- 
thers. The two big events were the Great 
pumpkin Party and the Valentine Party. 
Going the coed trend, AXE started a 
Little Sisters Program. Initiated this win- 
ter were nine lovely Little Sisters, who 
were the first ever initiated by any 
AXE chapter. As the saying goes "Better 
Living Through Chemistry." 



Hong Dea 

Bill Finnerman 

Chris Fulton 



Bill Injerd 
Alfred Jackson 
Emil Kolil 
Bill Kohn 



Mike Kurtz 
Bob Molone 
Lorry Miholcs 
Mike Orkin 



Steve Rosenblum 
Don Smith 
Steve Su 
Gil Tokuhora 




Clint Ung 
Roy Weinstein 




Alpha Chi Sigma Little Sisters- 
Lisa Obrowski, Carolyn Hacker, Jeannie Dodson, Annette Wong, Pot Campbell, Melissa Hoys, Rachel Berger, Helen Chu, Katharine Graves, 



Robert Baronov 
Robert Brody 
Sonford De Lugoch 




Rick Gunther 
Jock Hewlett 
Don Kydd 
Mohammed Lorizodeh 



Justin Montano II 
Tokeshi Moekowa 
Robert Rich 
Sanford A. Rosen 



Chris Rufer 
Joseph Snider 
Edgar Stuart 
Jay Wayne 



Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest professional 
business fraternity in the United States, 
founded in 1904 to further interests in bus- 
iness and economics in education. UCLA's 
Alpha Upsilon Chapter was charted in 1926. 

This year's activities included the Southwest 
Regional Convention in Tucson, Arizona, a 
four chapter dinner dance at the Los Angeles 
Country Club, and numerous excellent pro- 
fessional activities. In February, at a joint 
meeting with the L.A. Alumni Chapter, the 
Honorary Faculty Award was presented to 
Dean Erwin M. Keithley of the Graduate 
school of Business Administration.30 



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Sue Donahue 
Jan Field 



Melonie Engle 
Karia Houghton 
Carolie Winstein 




Victor Chan 
Jospeh Chow 
Wilmore Finnerman 
Sol Goldberger 




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Artis Gront 
Gory S. Greene 
John Keeling 
Gregory Leong 



Al Manning 
Irv Rose 
Albe Ting 
Creed Walker 



388 





Corli Rogers 
Dorothy Thomas 



Linda Ainsworth 
Ellie Booth 
Barbara Cote 



Debbie Davisson 
Michele Daze 
Sue Fields 



Jan Fury 
Sue Gurok 
Toni Kanovich 



Bev Kiefer 
Kothie Moore 
Judy Moorehouse 



Pam Patty 
Jane Pesante 
Mary Polito 



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Larry Bass 
Robert Berghell 
Paul Bickenbach 
Vic Cochran 
Gary Cunningham 
John Davis 



Phil Fonfara 
Jim Farley 
Gary S. Greene 
Trey Heisler 
Joe Hilberman 
Dan Himelstein 



Jim Johnson 
Roger Johnson 
Steve Kuhn 
Jack Latow 
Bob Lind 
Richard Marks 



Mark Meltzer 
Joe Moreno 
Bill Newkirk 
Mark Niederman 
Jim Price 
Greg Rich 



Jay Routlieb 
Mike Shafer 
Steve Stephanou 
Larry Strahm 
Josh Wienman 
Ron Ziff 









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Blue Key, the men's national upper 
division honor fraternity, recognized 
new height of achievement during the 
past year. After an exciting period of 
reorganization and redirection. Blue 
Key launched new programs of com- 
munity and campus awareness. The 
Brothers (and I want a capital B on 
brothers) of Blue Key worked very 
hard in the programs of Bruin Week 
(we distributed free cokes) and Mardi 
Gras, recognized a closer relation- 
ship with the Student Activities Office, 
and founded the Blue Key Civic 
Awareness Committee (remember the 
Olympic! ) Finally, there was the 
annual Champagne Party . . . 



390 



Lynn Doiguchi 
Carole Doiwchi 
Cathy Fukui 
Chris Fukui 




Patti Hagiwara 
Ellen Hamada 
Carol Hatanaka 
Dianne Jue 
Eleanor Jung 



Sandi Kato 
Peggy Kobayashi 
Debbi Kubota 
Dianne Nitta 
Julio Okida 



Christi Otani 
Shirley Quong 
Candy Sato 
Kyoko Shibasoki 
Grace Taniharo 



Thalia Taomae 
Beverly Tarumoto 
Naomi Uyekawa 
Barbara Yomoda 



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Nancy Austin 
Marilee Banks 
Margo Barreto 
Kendal Bear 
Susie Berke 
Kay Black 
Becky Borgert 

Carlotta Brant 
Stephanie Bucknum 
Joanne Campbell 
Susie Carroll 
Angela Chen 
Robin Cleary 
Lynette Clements 



Cindy Cotton 
Laurie Curran 
Sandy Davis 
Michele Doze 
Toni Dickinson 
Margaret Eales 
Susan Fink 



Judy Frank 
Nancy Ghan 
Barbara Gius 
Diana Greene 
Kristen Grillo 
Judy Guzik 
Sherree Hale 



Kirby Hanson 
Cindy Held 
Jane Hermanson 
Morja Hoffman 



Dianne Hull 
Julie Jackson 
Susan Jennings 
Debbie Kabuss 



Donna Karr 
Kathy Kennedy 
Kathy Kleinkauf 
Lynn Koffmon 



Cammie Larson 
Claudia Laidlaw 
Cyndy Lengnick 
Cynthia Lew 



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"Love Is making our happiness the 
happiness of others." Through per- 
sonal involvement with individuals, 
this year's Bruin Belles greatly ex- 
panded their servicesto UCLA beyond 
their traditional role asofficial univer- 
sity hostesses. Belles initiated a "Big 
Sis" program to help orient new for- 
ego students to UCLA, and hostessed 
informal cultural exhanges. The child- 
ren of the Pediatrics Ward were en- 
tertained on a weekly basis by Belles. 
UCLA spirit was promoted as Belles 
hostessed visiting athletic teams, such 
as the New Zealand Rugby team, sent- 
off our Bruins, and greeted football 
recruits. Campus events, as Open 
House, and Charter Day, Federal Car- 
eer Day, and the Founder's Room, 
were hostessed by Belles, who also 
greeted judges and sponsored a booth 
at Mardi Gras. The annual Bruin Belle- 
Beau banquet capped an exciting year. 



bruin bell 




Judy Lissner 
Rose Look 
Katie Low 
Trudy Lynch 
Michele March 
Nancy McCallum 
Denise McCrory 



Helen McCullough 
Linda Mclssac 
Casey McClanahon 
Evy McNitt 
Jane Meier 
Pam Messer 
Vickie Neemeyer 

Karen O'Kone 
Karen Okerstrom 
Debbie Palmquist 
Margaret Potts 
Laurie Power 
Antoinette Pappas 
Sue Pebley 

Rhonda Pieter 
Donna Plummer 
Suzanne Pulsifer 
Wendy Richie 
Pat Rider 
Peggy Riggle 
Becky Rosser 



Myrno Serafino 
Priscilla Sheets 
Harriet Shields 
Susie Snnith 
Margie Somers 
Michal Stewart 
Ann Stiles 

Bonnie Strachan 
Linda Stine 
Janice Sumler 
Susie Swanson 
Suzi Sydenstricker 
Lynda Terry 
Rochelle Thonnas 



Vicki long 
Joyce Trout 
Meta Trout 
Brenda Uyemura 
Barbara Veile 
Pom Wass 
Barbara Welty 



Linda Wickstrom 
Deirdre Woo 
Meridy Zeigler 



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Linda Ballance 
Margo Barreto 
Julie Cottini 
Cheryl Gelman 
Evanne Levin 
Katherine Loughlin 



Linda Lusk 
Rhonda Pieter 
Suzonne Pulslfer 
Donna Rothschild 
Cherrie Russell 
Gail Wol vern 



Patti Bamattre 
Karen Boegler 
Donna Casey 
Holly Colville 
Shelly Cox 
Terry Diamond 



Cheryl Dunn 
Judy Ellertson 
Linda Gattegno 
Arlene Gaviole 
Barbara Guis 
Cheryl Glancy 



Lindo Henderson 
Julie Jackson 
JoAnn Lentz 
Trudy Lynch 
Sherrie McLaren 
Donna Plummer 



Theresa Ramsey 
Judy Schlesinger 
Carol Smith 
Susan Smith 
Linda Spinardi 
Penny Starr 



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John Barker 
Kenneth Barnum 
Raymond Brubaker 
Mark Danin 
Randolph Gregory 



James Koutfmon 
Robert Lind 
Stephen Lupton 
Peter Marchewka 
Henry Morris 



Robert Newton 
George Powell 
Lorenzo Sein 
John Seski 
Mark Stull 



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Bruce Willison 
John Wright 
Peter Zanzot 



Play catch to help the coordination of an 
exceptional child. Explain math to a student 
in a tutorial program. Sound familiar? It 
should — its our students on campus doing 
their thing. Just as all groups can point to 
some members with pride and to others 
with scorn, so can we. 

Whether we are gathering food for needy 
Indian families at Thanksgiving with our girls' 
auxiliary, the Anchors, having a good time 
at an exchange or formal with our favorite 
girl, or having someone do a doubletake to 
find our connection with blood was only in 
donating the most in the campus drive, we 
are a part of the campus community. Four 
years of unversity lectures, sports, concerts; 
four years of working, studying, and social- 
izing; four years of relating and interrelating 
our knowledge and experiences; four years 
of being a part of our life. 

This has been and is the Naval ROTC Unit 
at UCLA. This is our thing. 



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396 



Corol Chan 
Kwok-Kon Chan 
Humphrey Cheung 
KoHsin Chi 
Nancy Chiang 
Philip Chiang 



Glenn Fond 
Ina H^iung 
Sue Hum 
Frances Joo 
Lynn Kuo 
Susie Lau 



Lena Lee 
Peter Lee 
Ray Lee 
Tze-Jen Lee 
Ronnald Lew 
Kenneth Ma 



Joseph Pang 
Lydia Shen 
Phil Trink 
Egbert Tse 
Sam Tsui 
Paul Tung 



Johnny Wong 
Steve Wong 
Shelia Yu 
Susie Yu 
Gay Yuen 
Henry Yuen 



Although the Club has been in 
existence for quite a number of years, 
it is still undergoing far-reaching or- 
ganizational changes. The Club has 
been primarily a social one and under 
the leadership of President Phil Trinh, 
it hopes to expand its activities. 

The Club sponsored its first and 
successful Chinese New Year's 
Dinner-Dance for 400 people on Feb- 
ruary 7, 1970 at the Golden Palace 
Restaurant in Chinatown. Anotherfirst 
is the monthly publication of the Club 
Newsletter. Social events included 
iTiany dances and lunch socials. Ath- 
letic activities and tournaments have 
been successfully organized. 

In the last year, the Club has ob- 
served a phenomenal growth in mem- 
bership— from 150 to 500 members. 
The Club hopes tooffer more activities 
to meet the diverse interests of its 
members. 




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Bonnie Baker 
Ginger Birkhoinn 
Gail Carros 
Paulo Davis 



Koren Doidge 
Anno Drumlewicz 
Cheryl Gelmon 
Suzanne Johnson 



Jessica Jones 
llene Kay 
Cheri Keele 
Marie Marengo 



Joanne Nishio 
Terri Olivares 
Michele Ramsey 
Joan Silverburg 



Kaydettes is the women's auxiliary to the 
Army ROTC. We are a relatively new group 
and we began the 1969-70 school year by 
participating in the Tri-Service Tea. From this 
and other rush activities wewelcomed24new 
members. Also in the fall quarter we had 
several informal parties with the cadets and 
a Christmas party with plenty of mistletoe to 
help relieve the tensions of finals. 

A week-end ski trip to Big Bear highlighted 
our winter quarter. This quarter wasalsoded- 
icated to raising money which we accomplish- 
ed through bake sales, a raffle, and several 
other interesting projects. 

The spring quarter saw more informal part- 
ies and one formal occasion, the Military Ball, 
held in conjunction with the Air Force ROTC. 

During the year we were hostesses for sev- 
eral activities including the UCLA Open 
House. We also served coffee and donuts to 
the cadets at Saturday morning drills even 
if it did mean getting up at 6:00 A.M. 

It has been a good year for Kaydettes 
filled with lots of hard work but lots of fun, 
too. We are looking forward to next year 
which promises to be one of greater involve- 
ment and more new friends. 




398 




Nancy Mozur 
Nancy Parker 
Adrianne Stanton 



Deborah Berger 
Joyce Bjornson 
Sue Coody 
Trisho Frederick 
Judy Gl ickmon 



Miriam Goslins 
Beth Johansen 
Maurine Kukic 
Marcia Matz 
Jane Meier 



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Holly Smith 
Kay Smith 
Patrice Torsey 
Allan Wilion 



Barbara Bohnstadt 
Robert Buckler 
Barbara Cate 
Celeste Boston 
Arthur J. Gee 



Michael H. GessI 
Sue Granite 
Darrell Harris 
Gail Keller 
Mike King 



Marc Levinson 
Katherine Loughlin 
Mark Oldendorf 
John Ramsey 
Charles J. Reid 



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Students with a high scholas- 
tic average in English are re- 
warded with membership in 
the English Honor Society. 
Patrice Tarsey has led them 
through many discussions of 
literary personalities and cre- 
ative works. 



399 



Carolyn Chernc 
Dianne Coane 
Devy Doel 
Doris Kumamotc 



Nadine Lander 
Janet Lee 
Lois Lee 
Shirley Lee 



Miki Matsubara 
Miyo Matsubara 
Claudia Reed 
Cathy Terzian 



Irene Wotonabe 
Jane Weisberg 
Sharrie Weisberg 
Gerri Yamaguchi 




phrateres 



400 




Barbara Chikami 
Nancy Fujihiro 
Barbara Hiroshima 
Namy lijima 
Vickee Ikeguchi 



Wendy Jung 
Colleen Kokehashi 
Sue Kobashigawa 
Mary Ann Kurashita 
Cynthia Lew 



Marsha Miura 
Beverly Miyamoto 
Barbara Mizuno 
Janet Murata 
Vickie Nakayama 



Diane Okumoto 
Condi Ota 
Joyce Sokomoto 
Denise Senzaki 
Eliane Suyetsugu 



Joyce Tokahashi 
Diano Takenogo 
Julie Wochi 
Leoro Wong 
Teresa Yokoyomo 



Nony Yoshihora 
Julio Yoshinago 



Theta Kappa Phi, a service-social organ- 
ization, participates in a variety of school 
and community projects. On campus we take 
part in Mardi Gras, where for the 4th con- 
secutive year our Teriyaki has won 1st prize 
for best food. During the summer, we part- 
icipate in the Nisei Week festivities. 

Along with our service projects, we still 
have time for parties and exchanges which 
pretty well fills our calendar. 1969-1970 was 
a good year, filled with a lot of friendships, 
sisterhood, and many memorable times. 

This year's Thetas were lead by President 
Barbara Hiroshima and Vice Presidents Bev- 
erly Miyamoto and Namy lijima. 



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Lovey Parker 


2. 


Pete Viri 


3. 


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4. 


William Backward 




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Lynn Beesen 




6. 


Kelvin Sei 


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Rich Budnick 




8. 


Poulette Wang 




9. 


Gary Stamler 




10. 
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Robert Alpert 
Richard Fitzharris 




12. 


Sharon Tamuro 


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13. 


Steve Cuff 


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Barry Hicks 
John Teget 


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Mike Hosterman 


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17. 


Rick James 




18. 


Dennis Rocklein 




19. 


Karen Britt 




20. 


Geri Couppee 




21. 


Joel Castro 




22. 


Joe Mesimer 




23. 


Mike Dest 




24. 


Zoe Yaskiel 




25. 


Mari Stylanides 




26. 


Bill Meigs 




27. 


Kay Brand 




28. 


Sandi Kato 




29. 


Dennis Couon 




30. 


Teri Herrera 




31. 


Lola Ouan 




32. 


Susi Painter 




33. 


John Isen 




34. 


Lucy Nakano 






404 



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1. 


Wayne Collett 


2. 


Tom Hurd 


3. 


John Carlton 


4. 


Mark Abram 


5. 


Jim Gaggero 


6. 


Rick Strong 


7. 


Greg Stroyer 


8. 


Steve Kennedy 


9. 


Stee Cochran 


10. 


Stan Livingston 


1 1. 


Tom Vogel 


12. 


Ramon Perez 


13. 


Jeff Paine 


M. 


Tim Sasaki 


15. 


Clayton Record 


16. 


Bob Loftin 


17. 


Norm Wilcox 


18. 


Bob Fishback 


19. 


Alan Rosenberg 


20. 


Bill Wilson 


21. 


Harvey Nakomuro 


22. 


Nader Entessar 


23. 


Joe Rippinger 


24. 


Kevin Boird 


25. 


Pete Kochlacs 


26. 


Ben Urabe 


27. 


Glenn Nishlda 


28. 


Pat Waddell 


29. 


Jim Carson 



405 




1 . Eric Foxman 

2. Ken Birkenstein 

3. Bob Sperry 

4. Mark Gallup 

5. Loren Clop 

6. Tom Turner 

7. Bill Injerd 

8. Mollis Staven 

9. Richard Hoberman 
I 0. Gory Edmonds 

I I . Barry Sochat 
1 2. Dean Riskas 
13. Mike Packer 
1 4. Tim Meager 
1 5. Brian Pierce 
16. Doug Landauer 
1 7. Paul Naujokaitis 

18. Kip Johnson 

19. Mike Olson 

20. Tony Furtado 

21 . Zigy Teteris 

22. Paul Haut 

23. Randy Fortiner 

24. Jack Latow 

25. Alan Fitch 



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406 





daphne 




1 . Gayle Wiegand 

2. Margaret Good el I 

3. Ruth Takeda 

4. Barbara Weinberg 

5. Carol Hurley 

6. Linda Spinardi 

7. Luerae Wtiiteing H.A. 

8. Irene Maruno 

9. Pamela Sargent 
I 0. Susan Hubble 

I I . Judy Rudermann 
12. Alice Kubo 
I 3. Wendy Leong 
1 4. Elaine Sevi 

15. Meredith Wegner 

16. Linda Heckman 
t 7. Solly Hamilton 

18. Becky Dominguez 

19. Amy Harringtom 

20. Jackie Ford 

21. Wenda Schoeffers 

22. Louise Pender 

23. Janet Welnstein 



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The validity of many university living groups is being ques' 
Himalaya's unique spirit of brotherhood remains. 



Himalaya 




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Steve Sillmon 


16, 


Ken Cawley 


31. 


Ken McClellano 


2. 


Lorry Rothman 


17 


Ron Prinz 


32 


Ed Hector 


3. 


Paul Dovis 


18 


Roy Lavender 


33, 


Chris Bessemer 


4. 


Dove McNory 


19. 


Curt Holguin 


34. 


Rod Engel 


5. 


John Spies 


20. 


Mike Burns 


35. 


John Boie 


6. 


Vance Johnson 


21 


Jerry Reopele 


36. 


Bruce Hecht 


7. 


King Cheung 


22 


Ken Young 


37. 


Tom Reiley 


8. 


Ron Fister 


23 


Caroline Oshler 


38. 


Kirk McElney 


9. 


Jod Wilis 


24. 


John Kolish 


39 


Dave Brown 


10. 


Hortzell Alpizor 


25. 


GeoH Courtright 


40 


Fred Cisneros 


11 


Bob Bard 


26 


Bruce Friedman 


41 


Ron Robertson 


12 


Gary Campbell 


27 


Bob Newton 


42 


Rick Richer! 


13 


Brent Alpono 


28 


Bob Williams 


43. 


Roy Campbell 


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Tim Brewer 


29 


Dove Anderson 


44. 


Tony Goodrum 


15 


Steve Karpeles 


30. 


Glenn Harvey 


45. 


Mike Evans 




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1. 


Parme Planich 


2. 


Kathy Chapman 


3. 


Sheila Baron 


4. 


Betfy Buller 


5. 


Pot Rider- Pres. 


6. 


Greg Ogden- Pres. 


7. 


Beth McCrary 


8. 


Bonnie Rito 


9. 


Mary Lou 


10. 


Ron Selgroth- H.A. 


1 1. 


Taheri Rangwala 


12. 


Janet Behrens- H.A 


13. 


Al Tieger 


14. 


John Clemins 


15. 


Gary Newman 


16. 


Chip Larsen 


17. 


Don Mackin 


18. 


Roger Nicosia 


19. 


Jeff Bemis 


20. 


tHenry Yuen 


21. 


Tobie Osathanoud 


22. 


John Meikle 


23. 


Owen Mason 


24. 


Warren Liang 


25. 


Tom Tullius 


26. 


Bruce Davis 


27. 


Albert Garcia 


28. 


Frank Ridge 


29. 


Charlene Kite 


30. 


Mike Nadel 


31. 


Dennis Melendez 


32. 


Joan Somuelson 


33. 


Vic Tremblay 


34. 


Burl Cannon 


35. 


Jeanne Bloom 


36. 


Gary Simons 


37. 


Bob Blake 


38. 


Carolyn Chriss 


39. 


Buddy Pennington 


40. 


Dove Sutton 


41. 


Geri Yamaguchi 


42. 


Vince Perez 


43. 


Marilyn Ghirelli 


44. 


Bob Grossman 


45. 


Bill Weaver 


46. 


Francis Joo 


47. 


MarkKalpakoff 


48. 


Dave Kinnoin 


49. 


Elan Rubinstein 


50. 


Greg Kohn 


51. 


Ron Cohn 


52. 


Mike Wilkinson 


53. 


Larry Tipton 


54. 


Randy Johnson 


55. 


Jin St. Amour 


56. 


Samson Pun 


57. 


Bob Rich 


58. 


Ken Wernle 


59. 


Gary Branstatter 


60. 


Doug Fenberg 


61. 


Mike Ettinger 


62. 


Norm Doust 



412 





Joe Applegate 
Cassie Hawley 
Louise Gibbs 
Mark Mead 
Len Hartkemeier 
Joan Donald 
Colleen Spare 
Sandy Feldmon 
Gail Hansen 
Marlene Bridges 
Dave Morton 
Rob Applegate 
Bobbie Newcomb 
Liz Wallace 
Jeannie Kalefh 
Mrs. Thompson 
Dave Thursdale 
Penny Cozad 
Laurie Cooley 
Byron Walter 
Cheryl Betson 
Carol HImmelman 
Ken Lyon 
Mike Seid 

Carolyn Dusenbury 
Rick Huff 
Don Kydd 
Bill Hudson 




414 



1. Cindy O'Connor 

2. Lenoro Yee-ling Chen 

3. Adele J. Surfas 

4. Beth Lucille Mortin 

5. Potty Marie Campbell 

6. Kareno Wong 

7. Joan Ruth Kingsbury 

8. Tonya Dennis 

9. Sylvia R. Borunda 

10. Aorin Chu 

1 1 . Chris Leschner 

12. Margo Covington 

13. Nora Yeh 

U. Linda J.Phillips 

15. Eleanor Phillips (house mom) 

16. Goil Lynne Konishi 

1 7. Silvana Polo de Jonghe 




Stevens 




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Ackerman Union 

Administration 

Band 

Baseball 

Basketball 

Campbell Hall 

The Computer 

Crew 

Cross Country 

Angela Davis 

Dorms 

Earth Day 

Ethnic Art Gallery 

Football 

Fraternity Senate 

Freshman Sports 



90 
238 
144 
218 
186 

36 
246 
206 
174 

32 
402 

68 
108 
158 
354 
234 



Golf 




230 


Gymnastics 




204 


Honor Seniors 




56 


International Stu 


dent Center 


40 


Intramurals 




148 


Jose Limon 




100 


Ombudsman 




54 


Open House 




114 


Organizations 




386 


Panhellenic 




312 


Vice Chancellor 


Rosemary Parks 


244 


Publications 




118 


Rally Committee 




138 


RECC 




72 


Rugby 




214 


SEPC 




78 


SLC 




62 


Soccer 




180 


Soul Plane 




142 


Swimming 




222 


Tennis 




226 


TOP 




80 


Track 




210 


UniCamp 




84 


use Rally 




136 


Volleyball 




232 


Waterpolo 




176 


Wrestling 




184 


Chancellor Char 


es Young 


242 



418 




Glendo Aaron, 252 
Tukey Abbott. 325 
Bruce Abel, 252 
Morit Abrom, 405 
Goyle Abrams, 351 
Joe Achor, 386 
John AchuH, 366 
Debbie Ackemo, 1 30 
Steve Adoir, 386, 127,252 
Aloyne Adams, 315 
Bob Adams, 220 
Cathy Adams. 339 
Jim Adorns, 380 
Lawrence Adams, 252 
Lee Adorns. 360 
Stanley E. Adomson, 252 
Bob Turk Adelman, 382 
Elite Adelson. 319 
Bill Adkins, 386 
Shoo Agonofer, 181. 183 
Sharrel Agosto. 252 
Edward Agron, 252 
Linda Ainsworth, 389 
Lois Aisley. 252 
Phil Ajoika. 378 
Dorcos Albaugh. 252 
Steven Albu, 252 
Chris Alderete. 333 
Bill Aldrich. 372 
Paul Alessini. 360 
Gary Alexonder. 252 
Georgia Alhadeff. 252 
Nancy Allen, 345 
Patricia Allen, 252 
Bob Allison. 372 
Anita Alltounain. 317 
Rose Almochar. 323 
Sixto Almodovor. 252 
Brent Alpono, 41 
Jennifer Alpaugh. 252 
Melindo Alpaugh. 135 
RuthE. Alperin, 252 
Julie Alpern, 319 
Alan Alpert, 252 
Morco Alpert, 408 
Nancy Alpert. 252 
Robert Alpert, 404 
Hortzell Alpizor. 410 
Robert Alitizer, 252 
Earl Altshuler, 220 
Elio Alvarez. 228 
Denyse Ames, 252, 329 
Nogo Amir, 351 
Victor Amor. 252 
Berhonie Anderbehon, 183 
Craig Anderson, 372 
Dave Anderson. 410 
Donna Anderson, 252 
Doug Anderson, 356. 368 
Douglas Anderson. 252 
Gary Anderson, 374 
Gerry Anderson, 386 
Jim Anderson. 372 
Koren Anderson. 327 
Paul Anderson. 252 
Dave Anduri. 127. 386 
David Anduri. 253 
Evo Angel, 253 
Morie Anzolone, 135 
Tom ApodacQ, 372 
David Appelbaum. 253 
Rex Applegate, 253 



John Apperson, 360 

Joe Applegate, 413 
Rob Applegate. 413 
Patsy Aronock, 331 
Koren Arose, 253 
Beryl Arbit. 323 
Steven Archer, 253 
Fay Arfa. 403 
Ted Arimoto, 253 
Michoel Armento, 253 
Somuel Armoni, 253 
Judy Armstrong. 253 
Judy Armstrong. 253, 329 
Mike Armstrong, 358 
Michele Aron, 253 
Joseph Aronson, 253 
Sydnee Arth. 329 
Greg Arth. 370 
Judy Arzt, 347 
Deborah Ashin, 128 
Art Atkinson, I 35 
Mike Ashley, 358 
Kay Aslesen. 409 
Cynthia Audino, 253 
Joe Audino, 364 
Shirley Auerboch, 327 
Steven Auerboch. 253 
Zone Auerboch, 382 
Bruce Auld. 253 
Jeff Austin. 228 
Nancy Austin, 325 
Noncy Austin, 325, 392 
Janis Avery. 253 
Kathy Axelrod, 319 
Morlene Axelrood, 409 
Dona Ayres, 356 
Cherif Ayoub, 128 



Jim Bobcock. 370 
RickBaber, 366 
Judith Bockius, 253 
Ravi Bagoi, 253 
Paulo Bogasa, 253 
Jerry Bagger. 362 
Lourie Bognord, 341 
Lyia Bognord, 253 
John Boie, 410 
Kevin Boird, 405 
Bonnie Boker. 327. 398 
Jeanne Baker. 253 
Kevin Boker, 253 
Peggy Baker. 135 
Deon Boker. 370 
Gary Boker, 134 
Williom E. Boker, 253 
Joe Balosco, 213 
Doniel Bolbo, 253 
Douglas Bold. 254 
BobBoldwin. 360 
David Bolkin, 254 
LindoBallonce, 347, 394 
Curtis Bollontyne. 254 
Dovid Bolter. 254 
Maria Boltierra, 323 
Patti Bamattre, 394 
Krysto Banochowski, 254 



Senior Lecturer Jerome Cushman — English 



419 



Dave Banker, 374 
Marilee Bonkes, 339 

Moriiee Bonks. 392 

Melody Bonkes. 339 

Lynn Bonks, 1 35 

Dione Barak, 254 

Robert Barondy, 254, 387 

BobBard. 410 

Steve Bordwil, 368 

Eorl Bondy. 408 

Mary Borgion, 254 

Chrishne Barker, 343 

John Barker, 395 

Jock Bariteau, 372 

David Barnes, 254 

Jerry Bornes, 362 

Debra Bornett, 254 

Raymond Barney, 254 

Noncy Bornhort, 254 

Morion Barnett. 321 

Kenneth Bornum, 395 

Sheila Baron, 41 2 

Mark Borr, 370 

Edward Borrogon, 254 

Fernondo Barrera Jr., 254 

Mar§oBorreto, 317. 392, 394 

Eileen Borry, 254, 333 

Mary Borry, 329 

Rob Borry, 358 

Barboro Borth, 254 

Roy Berth, 254 

Susan Barton, 254, 331 

Lorry Barzmon, 254 

Soroh Baseman, 254 

Susan Boskin, 319 

Lorry Bass, 382. 390 

Bill Battles, 370 



Roberta Bossin, 254 
Vicki Bouling, 254 
Diono Bourn, 254 
Ruchomo Bourn, 254 
Cee Baumon, 403 
Debbie Bavisson. 389 
James Clinton Bawden, 255 
Lindo Bayless, 323 
Kendol Bear, 392 
Kendel Beor. 343 
Di Anne Beord, 343 
Robert C. Beck. 255 
Ed Becker, 232 
John Becker, 378 
Morilyn Becker, 403 
Paul Becskehazy, 372 
Paul Beechen, 255 
Jane Coogon Beer, 255 
Lynn Beesen, 404 
Janet Behrens, 41 2 
Symo Belfer, 255 
Elizobeth Bell, 255 
Jackie Bell, 339 
Jeonie Bellman, 409 
Jeff Bemis, 412 
Beth Bennett, 351 
Jean Bennett, 1 35 
Melody Bennett, 255 
Clora Benrey, 255 
Gory Benson, 255, 382 
Lorry Benson, 255 
RobynBentley, 339 
Sue Beran, 325 
Phil Berck. 386 
Susie Berke, 392 
IrisBerezin, 255. 323 
Debe Berger, 347 



Erico S. Berger, 255 

Robert Berghell, 255, 390 

John Bergstedt, 358 

Ed Bergstrom. 368 

Edv^ord Bergstrom. 255 

Shirley Bergstrom. 343 

Ruth Anne Berkness. 255, 353 

Dean Berkus, 134 

Andrea Berman, 351 

Agnes Bernaldo, 255 

Russel Berngard, 255 

Sandy Bernords, 343 

Barbara Bernlohr. 255 

Paul Berstein. 382 

Richard Bernstein, 255 

Gary Berstein, 366 

Helene Berren, 255 

Mortho Berry. 345 

Chris Bessemer. 410 

Richard Betchley. 200. 203 

Cheryl Betson, 413 

Michael Bettego, 255 

MikeBettego, 220, 374 

Bill Betts, 360 

Morty Betzler, 339 

Peter Bezek. 255 

Henry Bibby. 190, 203 

Paul Bickenboch. 255, 372, 390 

Morjorie Biermon, 256 

Steven Biffor, 256 

Tish Bigelow, 343 

lleneBillens, 351 

Matthew Biren, 256 

Ken Birkenstein, 406 

Ginger Birkholm, 398 

Gregoire Biron, 256 

Bruno Bisceglio, 366 




Vince Bischof, 364 

Eric A. Biswell. 378 

BobBjorklond. 358 

Joyce Biornson, 399 

Belindo Block. 347 

Buffy Block, 333 

Koy Block, 392, 403 

Shelley Block. 321 

Bob Bloke. 412 

David Blockstock, 256 

Peter Bloik.e, 256 

Bob Blair. 376 

Constance Bloir, 256 

Sandra Bionchord, 256 

Volri Jean Bionchord, 256 

Nancy Blickensderfer, 337 

Mourton Blizin. 256 

Jacqueline Blott, 256 

Debbie Bloch, 315 

Jim Block. 366 

Jeannie Bloom. 31 9 

Jeanne Bloom, 41 2 

RickBloy, 387 

MikeBlumenfeld, 256 

Janis Blumpkin, 319 

Joan Blumenstein, 256 

RussBlumenthol, 358 

Koren Boegler. 331 , 394 

Borboro Bohnstodt, 256, 343, 399 

Ronold Boldt, 256 

Michael Bongiorno. 256 

Bill Bonhom, 220 

Kenny Booker, 200, 203 

Mark Bookmon, 256 

Soro Deno GoldbergBookmon, 25< 

Corol Booth, 343 

Ella Booth, 256 

Ellie Booth, 321, 389 

Sondro Borenstein, 256 

Roberto Borer, 256 

Becky Borgert, 343, 392 

Carol Boris, 256 

Bruno Bornino, 256 

Julie Bornstetn, 256 

JeH Borowiak. 228 

Jeonine Borree, 257 

Sylvio Borundo, 414 

Michelle Boscho, 257 

Gordon Bosserman, 364 

Gory Bothum, 1 35 

Debbie Boughn, 321 

Steve Boughton, 372 

Dovid Bourgoin, 257 

Jim Bouton, 364 

Jomes Bow, 257 

Jim Bow, 1 28 

Anne Bower, 347 

Corol Bower, 257 

Chris Bowles, 386 

Janet Bowman, 353 

Anthony Boychenko, 257 

Tony Boycher>ko, 378 

Philip L Boyd. 240 

Debbie Boyne, 337 

David Boysen, 257 

Glen Bradford, 408 

Kathleen Bradley, 257 

Fred Brady, 257. 376 

Joan Brokensiek, 257 

Karen Bromer, 257 

Koy Brond, 404 

Dorotheo Brandt. 257 



Mark Bronner, 257 

Gory Bronstotter, 412 

CorloMa Brant, 392 

Nancy Brasheor, 331 

Sheryl Brotmon, 257 

Steven Brattmon, 257 

Simmi Braum, 31 7 

Morgie Broun, 35 I 

Annette Braves, 257 

Keith Bregmon, 382 

Miles Breit, 257 

Walter Brennon Jr.. 257 

Ed Brewer, 378 

Tim Brewer, 410 

Sharon Brewster, 325 

Morlene Bridges. 41 3 

KentBridwell. 372 

Karen Britt, 404 

Jocqueline Britvon. 257 

Cher. Broodheod, 329 

Evelyn Brockmon, 257 

PotBrody, 341 

Robert Brody, 387 

Harold Bronson, 128 

Koren Brooke, 31 5 

Clifton Brooks, 257 

Jon Brooks, 341 

Wendy Brooks. 257 

Linda Brower, 325 

Chorion Brown, 321 

Dove Brown. 41 

Denny Brown, 343 

Gory Brown, 362 

Jeanne Brown, 345 

Leslie Brown, 329 

Mario Brown, 327 

Poul Brown, 360 

Rigger Brown, 208 

Rondo Brown, 257 

Rodger Browr\ 374 

Ed Browning, 368 

Jon Brownstein, 351 

Roymond Bruboker, 395 

Suzonne Bruce, 347 

ChorlesBrummitt, 258 

Lisa Brungess. 258 

Kathy Bryant. 315 

Phil Buccolo. 258 

Robert Buckler, 399 

Stephanie Bucknum. 33 1 . 392 

Rich Budnick. 404 

Richard Budnick. 258 

Betty Buller. 412 

Tom Budnorigo, 374 

Cheryl Burch, 258 

Enrique Burcioego, 258 

Karen Burger, 258 

Croig Burke, 368 

Mike Burns. 410 

Dean Burriston. 364 

Irene Burstein, 258 

Richard Burstein, 258 

Benjomin Burt, 258 

Michoel Burton, 258 

Mike Burton. 223, 225 

Gerold Busch, 258 

Jim Bush. 213 

MikeBuscher, 372 

Shirley Buss, 258, 339 

Worren Butcher. 387 

Elizabeth Buthr, 258 

Joe Butler, 370 



Professor John Galbroith — History 



Ron BuHer, 368 



Susan Cadish, 258 

Jim Cody, 376 

Ken Coin, 382 

Jim Coirns, 358 

Jomes Cairns, 258 

Cynthio Caldwell. 258 

Joonne Campbell, 325 

Joanne Campbell, 325, 392 

Robert Campbell, 258 

Susan Campbell, 258 

ArtCampfield. 258 

Dudley -Campbell, 256 

Gory Campbell, 410 

H. Glenn Campbell, 240 

Jackie Foy Campbell, 258 

PoMy Campbell, 414 

Potti Campbell, 317 

Roy Campbell, 410 

John E. Conodoy, 240 

Burl Cannon. 4 1 2 

Joe Canton, 380 

Goil Caplon, 351 

Carole Coponigro. 258 

Chris Carbaug, 341 

Ray Cordenas, 258 

Marguerite Cardinolli, 259 

David Caretto, 259 

Jim Carl. 358 

Luis Carlos, 259 

John Carlton, 405 

Mary Carlson, 315 

Steve Carpenter, 360 

Cathy Carr, 317 

Gail Corras, 398 

Lee Carrier, 370 

Ed Carroll, 408 

Linda Carroll, 337 

Susie Corroll. 392 

Jim Corson, 405 

Edward W. Carter, 240 

O. C. Carter, 378 

Todd Carter, 1 28 

Leroy Lang Henry Carver III. 366 

Rocky Corver, 380 

Richard Cosoly, 259 

Phillis Cascade, 259 

Phyliss Cascade. 327 

Donna Casey, 394 

Judy Coshmore, 315 

Greg Casillos, 358 

Jim Casky, 360 

Brian Casserly, 374 

Camilla Cassity, 327 

Borboro Cossuto, 259 

Joel Castro, 259, 404 

Donald Cotaldo, 259 

Borboro Cate. 259, 341, 389, 399 

James CoHow, 259 

Tedono Cotlow. 259 

Ken Cowley, 410 

Diane Cecchettini, 259 

Michool Cecko. 259 

Lillian Center, 259 

Joe Chamberlain, 380 

Susan Chambers. 259 



Carol Chaa 396 
David Chan, 259 
Josie Chan. 31 7 
Kelly Chan, 259 
Kenyon Chan, 259 
Kwok-kon Chan, 396 
Victor Chan. 388 
Benny Chang, 259 
Catherine Chapman, 259 
Cathy Chapman, 341 
Christina Chapman, 259 
Jon Chapman. 200. 203 
Kathy Chapman. 412 
Theodore Chapman, 259 
Carl Chopin, 259 
Kothy Chorouhos, 409 
Sandra Choyo. 259 
Carl Cheadle, 378 
Angela Chen. 345, 392 
Debbie Cheng. 260 
Carolyn Chernow, 260, 400 
Robert Cherry, 1 35 
Humphrey Cheung, 396 
King Cheung, 41 
Alan Chew, 260 
Ko-HsinChi, 260. 396 
Nancy Chiang, 396 
Philip Chiang, 260, 396 
Borboro Chikomi, 401 
Diane Child, 260 
Scott Chisom, 213, 260 
Pravij ChiHivoronon, 260 
Sirochono Chittivoranon, 260 
Som Cho. 260 
Bruce Choate, 260 
Sandra Chooljion, 321 
Joseph Chow, 388 
Carolyn Chriss, 41 2 
Carole Christianson, 260 
David ChristoHersen. 260 
Carol Christen. 329 
Kay Christensen, 329 
Annomorie Christy. 260 
y^rin Chu, 4 1 4 
Alice Chu. 260 
Hung Ben Chu. 260 
Harole Chuang, 260 
George Chung. 260. 356 
Vicki Chung, 347 
Susan Cifronic, 260 
Sue Cifronic, 329 
Fred Cisneros, 410 
Loren Clop, 406 
Chorlie Clopp. 1 27 
Ann Clark. 315 
Bob Cork, 374 
Eduardo Clark. 260 
Joe Clork. 376 
Mike Clork. 356 
Noncy Clark. 329 
Will Clark. 366 
Robin Cleory, 343, 392 
Chole Clements. 341 
John Clemins, 412 
Lynette Clements. 392 
Carol Clinite, 260, 339 
Jean Clinite, 339 
Je« Close. 374 
SueCoody, 260. 321, 399 
Dionne Coone, 400 
Steve Cobb, 376 
William K. Cobientz, 240 



Mike Cochran. 387 
Steve Cochran, 405 
Susan Cochron. 128 
Vic Cochran, 390 
Victor Cochran. 260 
Bob Cockle, 372 
Jeonnine Coffee. 260 
Terry Coffee, 261 
Arleen Cohen. 261 
Keren Cohen, 319 
Lorry Cohen, 261 
Poulo Cohen, 261 
Raphael Cohen, 261 
Rose Ann Cohen, 351 
Ron Cohn. 412 
Al Coke. 358 
Sheila Clark Coker. 261 
KrisColberg, 321 
Kothy Colclasure, 337 
Kathleen Colclasure. 261 
Susan Cole. 261 
Jane Coleman, 261 
Jonis Coleman, 323 
Ronald Coleman. 261 
Susan Colen, 351 
Sherry Coleto, 26i 
Wayne Collett. 213, 405 
Lawrence Collette, 261 
Holly Colville. 394 
Roberta ConcoH. 261 
Elizabeth Condon, 261 
James Contreros, 261 
Sue Converse. 315 
Jenna Conwell, 329 
Mary Ann Cook, 261 
Toni Cook. 261 
Laurie Cooley. 41 3 
Kothryn Coons, 261 
Albert Cooper, 261 
Bonnie Cooper, 353 
Gory Cooper, 376 
Lindo Cooper. 347 
Loren Cooper. 261. 333 
Mike Cooper, 376 
Betsy Copelon, 351 
Noreen Costenboder, 261 
Shoron Corber, 409 
Jeff Corliss, 376 
Ron Cornell, 372 
Steve Cornell, 376 
Roy Coston, 261 
Tom Cote, 372 
Carol Cotter, 409 
JuleCottini. 331. 394 
Cindy Cotton. 315, 392 
Dennis Couan. 404 
Ed Couppee, 220 
Geri Coupee, 404 
GeoH Courtright. 410 
Andreo Covert. 333 
Morgo Covington, 414 
Terry Covington. 333 
DonoldCox. 261 
Joel Cox. 360 
Shelly Cox. 394 
Penny Cozad. 413 
Brian Craig, 354. 372 
Don Croig. 262, 362 
Steve Cron. 408 
Cathy Crondoll. 325 
Richord Crone, 262 
Paul Creasy, 387 



Francisco Crestejo. 262 
Otis J. Cribblecobblis, 149 
Cheryl Crist. 347 
Koren Crivoro. 262 
Nicholos Cromwell. 262 
Steven Cron, 262 
Patrick Croner. 262 
Edward Cronshogen. 262 
Alison Cross, 1 28 
Pot Crow. 325 
Kemary Crowder, 262 
Shirley Crowe. 262 
Bill Crum, 387 
Denny Crum, 203 
William Crum. 262 

lldiki Csereklyei. 262 

Steve Cuff. 404 

Kathleen Culbertson, 262 

Chris Cullen. 337 

Christine Cullen, 262 

Gary Cunningham. 203, 236, 262, 
390 

Jill Cunningham, 317 

Laurie Curron, 392 

Steve Curron, 362 

Christine Curry. 262 

Tommy Curtis, 236 



Bob Cuyler, 374 
Tim Cyr, 380 
Timothy Cyr, 262 



Betty Do Durko. 127 
Elizabeth Do Durko, 262 
Andy Doggatt, 364 
Geoff Doigle, 356 
Phil Dalton, 262 
Eva Damski. 262 
Sherryl Daniels, 262 
Randy Donto, 386 
Mark Donin, 395 
Dove D'Arco, 356 
Steve Dorrow, 372 
Mar vine Darter, 262 
Scott Datton. 262 
Scott Dotton. 262. 368 
Greg Davenport, 362 
Lolo David. 262 
Thomos David, 263 




Professor James Phillips— English 



I 



Annie Davis, 263 

BiltDovis, 124 
Bruce Davis. 412 
JackDovis, 263 
John Davis. 390. 386 
John(Alfonse) Davis. 127 
Laurie Davis. 31 9 
Poula Davis, 398 
Paul Davis, 410 
Sandy Dovis, 392, 333 
Steve Davis. 354 
Jim Day, 386 
Sandy Day. 32 1 
Michele Daze. 392. 389. 321 
Hong Dea, 386. 263 
Diane Dearden, 339 
Richard Deason. 263 
Pearlene Dechord, 366 
Gene Deetz, 376 
Andy Degeus, 372 
Carolyn De GroH, 263 
Silvano De Jonghe, 414 
Mark Delane, 263 
Antonio Delgodo, 263 
Mario DeH'Olo, 263 
David Delnero, 263, 374 
Sanford De Lugach, 387 
Sanford De Lugach. 263, 387 
Deena Denea, 263 
Tonyo Dennis. 414 



Kathy Dennison, 263 

Susie De Santis, 315 

Derrie Desmarteou. 376 

Mike DesI, 404 

Aileen Detering. 347 

Gabriel J. Deutsch, 263 

Jill De Wees. 263 

Leslie Dewitt, 263 

Terry Diamond, 394 

Toni Dickenson. 374, 392 

Linda Dillman, 263 

AAorgaret Ann "Morgo" Dillon, 263 

FronkDi Santi. 263 

Shelley Director, 319 

Rob Dishoroon, 263 

Larry Doan. 263 

Jean Doane. 263 

Sara Dobbins, 263 

Rich Docherty, 376 

Devy Doel, 388, 400 

Mrs. Joyce Dohlin, 263 

Karen Doidge, 398 

Lynn Doiguchi, 39 1 

Carole Doiwchi, 391 

Becky Dominguez, 407 

Sue Donahue, 388 

Joan Donald, 4 1 3 

Norm Donaldson, 364 

Kathleen Dore, 264 

Fred Dorey, 358 




David Dornlas, 128 

Anita Dorney, 325 

Katie Dore, 345 

Mike Dorsey, 372 

Morilyn Dorsk, 264 

Daniel Douglass, 264 

Andrea Doumokes, 345 

Norman Doust, 1 24 

Norm Doust, 41 2 

Dan Downing, 372 

Janet Drocup, 264 

Chuck Dragichevich, 372 

Ducky Drake, 203 

Elvin Drake, 200 

Elyse Dreyer, 264 

Jeffrey Drobmon, 264 

Anno Drumlewicz. 264, 327, 398 

Gilbert Duorte, 264 

James Duarte, 264 

Jerry F. Dubson. 264 

Jean Dubinsky, 31 7 

Sara Dudek, 264 

Cindy Dudugjian, 345 

Kathleen Duehren. 264 

John Duggan, 264 

Sean Duggan, 264 

Mary Ellen Duggins, 315 

Andrea Dulfer, 409 

Dennis Dummit, 166 

MikeDunkle, 358 

Cheryl Dunn, 394 

Cheri Dunn, 341 

Dono Kay Dunn, 264 

Steve Dunnogon, 362 

Raymond Durond, 264 

Greg Durgin, 378 

Patricia Durousseau, 264 

Carolyn Dusenbury. 264, 413 

Lorry Dusich, 378 

Howard Dutro, 374 

Fredrick G. Dutton, 240 

Janet Duvardo, 327 

Tricio Dye, 264 

Christina Dyer, 264 

Roseonne Dymond, 264 



Maggie Eales 3 1 5 
Morgoret Bales 392 
Celeste Easton 399 
Donold Eaton 264 
Linda Eaves 1 35 
Scott Ebner 360 
Theofanis Economidis 264 
John Ecker 203,200 
Eileen Edgerton 347 
Gory Edmonds 406 
Bob Edmondson 376 
Keith Edwards 264 
Mrs. Edwords339 
Nita Effrom 349 
Laurie Eggers 31 5 
Louise Egly 265, 343 
Betsy Eick 345 
Stephen Eisenman 265 
Janet Elberger 265 
Frank Eldridge 372 



Bob Elias 123, 128 
Judy Ellertson 394 
Eugene Elling 265 
Kim Ellis 325 
Ronald Ellis 265 
Edward Elster 265 
Bob Emmett 358 
Julie Emmett 321 
Rodney Engel 265 
Gary Engel 386 
Marcia Engel 333 
Melanie Engel 388 
Rod Engel 410 
Karl Englert 366 
Morcio Engle 265 
Noder Entessar 405 
Buddy Epstein 128 
Natan Epstein 265 
Andy Epsten 319 
A1 Erby 236 
Susan Escueto 265 
Jacklyn Eskin 335 
Ellen Estrin265 
Janice Estey 409 
Janice Estey 325 
Kenneth Etow 265 
Mike Ettinger 412 
Antonio Evans 265 
Mike Evans 410 
Blaine Ewing 378 
Curt Ezel356 



Carol Forber 265 
Lucille Forber 135 
Melvin Forber 265 
Jim Farley 382,390 
Larry Farmer 236 
Cheri Fancher 325 
Rodger Forrell 127 
Jo Ann Du Fau 329 
Juon Fozecos 265 
Frank Fazio 265 
Eleanor Fearman 345 
Claudia Fecho 265 
Ricki Feldmon 351 
Sandy Feldmon 413 
Sandra Feldmon 265 
Dede Fellows 31 9 
Doug Fenberg 412 
Lance Ferguson 265,125 
Sue Ferguson 33 I 
Rick Ferkel 382 
Robert Ferm 265 
Bill Ferman 386 
Hector Fernandez 183 
Elliot Feuerstein 265 
John Fickewirth 265 
Jan Field 388 
Mike Fielding 370 
Stephanie Fielding 265 
Alan Fields 408 
Betty Lou Fields 266 
Kathy Fields 345 
Sue Fields 389 
Connie Finch 266 
Everly Fine 266 



Leonna Fine 266 

Susan Fink 392 

Mark Finley 364 

Bill Finnerman 386 

Wilrriore Finnermon 388 

Carol Finwoll 408 

Karen Firth 33 1 

Janet Fisb 345 

BobFishbock405 

Robert Fishbock 266 

John Fisher 408 

Alfred Fisher 135 

Mork Fisher 266 

Ron Fister 410 

Alan Fitch 406 

Robert Fitzharris404 

Pat Fitzmorris 325 

Rini Fitzpatrick339 

Julie Fix315 

Janet Flommong 339. 266 

Cindy Flannery 339 

Douglas Fleischer 266 

Anne Fleming 345 

Marl Fleming 266 

Thomos 5. Fletcher 266 

Tom Fletcher 380 

Philip Flexo 266 

Phi!Flores366 

Dennis Foland 368 

Bob Folk 408 

Candy Folker 339 

Carol Follette323 

Philip Fonforo 266 

Phil Fonforo 390, 372 

Glenn Man-Ching Fong 266 

Glenn Fong 396 

Irene Fong 266 

Elaine Fontono 333 

William E. Forbes 240 

Jackie Ford 407 

Cothy Forkey 325 

Patricia Formoto 266 

Ernestine Forrest 266 

Randy Fortiner 406 

Beth Fortmueller 266 

William Forward 404 

Elinor Fowler 34 1 

Gory L. Fox 266 

Mike Fox 387 

Eric Foxman 406 

Jim Foy 362 

Kathleen Fraga 266 

Judy Frank 392 

William Frank 266 

Phil Franklin 364 

Bill Frank 372 

Barbara Fronzreb 266 

Kothleen Fronzreb 266 

Carol Fraser 266, 333 

Williom Frash267 

Bill Frash358 

Janet Frazier 267 

Rawls Frazier 267 

Cynthia Frozin 267 

Patricio Frederick 267 

Lance Freed 267 

Kenneth Freeman 267 

Nancy Freeman 327 

Woyne Freeman 149 

Tom Freitog 380 

Christine Frettum 267 

Chris Frettum 321 



Professor Ross Adey — Anatomy 



Horst Freyhofer 267 
Nancy Frieden 267 
Douglas Friedlander 267 
Bruce FrJedmon 410 
Suson Friedman 267 
Alice Friss 267 
Bruce Frohman 3 
Bruce Frohmon 408 
Peggy Frost 33 I 
Solly Frost 329 
Sandra Fu 267 
Annette Fuchs 267 
Jjrina Fuchs 267 
Gay le Fuji 267 
Nancy Fujihiro 401 
Barbara Fujimoto 267 
Clifford Fuiinari408 
Cothy Fulcui391 
Chris Fului 391 
Yokiko Fukumoto 267 
Chris Fulton 386 
Alison Fuller 345 
Cindy Fuller 386 
Angelo Fung 267 
Jan Furey 321 
Tony Furtodo 406 
Donold Furuto 267 
Jon Fury 389 



Lorraine Gofford 267 

Jim Gaggero 405 

Deborah Galombos 267 

Lynne Gallion 267 

Noni Galpert268 

James Gallegher 268 

Jim Gollegher 356 

Mark Gallup 406 

Sharon Gam 351 

Daniel Gandoro 268 

Dan Gondora 358 

Beverly Gannon 268 

Be V Gannon 329 

Denise Ganulin 268, 317 

Albert Gorcio 41 2 

Ernest Gorcia 268 

Gilbert Garcia 268 

Kandy Gardner 321 

Rondy Garfield 382 

Paul Garnett362 

Dustin Gorrow 268 

Lee Garson 374 

Linda GaMegno394, 351 

Darlene Gaul 353 

Arlene Gaviole 394 

Chris Gaynor 382 

Rochelle Gozin 351 

Arthur Gee 268, 399 

MelodieGelber 351 

Linda Gelfand 268 

Barbara Gellman 268 

Cheryl Gelman 398, 394. 349 

Emily Gellman 268 

Bon Gendron 387 

Grover Gentry 386. 127 

Pamela Gentry 126 



Robert Gedghigan 268 

Joyce Gerstein 268 

Lynn Gescheider 329 

Michael GessI 399 

Charles Getz 268 

Barbara Geyer 268 

Nancy Ghan 392, 339 

Cliff Ghersen 374 

^Aarilyn Ghirelli 412 

BobGhirelli 362 

Robert Ghirelli 268 

Lyn Ghormley 3 I 7 

Robert Gianetto 268 

Louise Gibbs 41 3 

Royce Gibson 268 

Thomas Gibson 268 

Mary GighfitI 273 

Morgherita Gigliotti 268 

Mia Gilberg 339 

Kathy Gilcrest343 

SueGilcrest329 

James Gildea 268 

Greg Gill 364 

Lorrian Gillespie 268 

Lloyd "The Iceman" Gillespie 376 

William Gillon 269 

Mary Gilmore 31 5 

JanetGimbel 127. 337 

Susan Girordin 269 

Seraphim Gisetti 269 

Linda Gismot 269 

Cheryl Glancy 394 

Michael Glassmon 269 

Debbie Glazer 319 

Rochelle Gleicke 269 

Laurie Glenn 269 

Ellen Glesby 403 

Marilyn Glick 409 

Judy Glickman 269, 399 

DickGlucksmon 269 

Bill Glucksman 382 

Miriam Gluskin 403 

Susan Goldbeck 269 

Deborah Goldberg 269 

Sol Goldberger 388 

Patricio Golden 269 

Richard Goldstone 269 

Lynn Goidvarg 319 

Janet Golman 31 7 

Judy Golum 319 

Meg Gompf 34 1 

Margaret Goodell 407 

Barbara Goodkin 269 

Peter Goodkin 269 

Tony Goodrum 269 

Tony Goodrum 410 

Ellen Goodman 409 

Gayle Goodman 325 

Greta Goranson 329 

Janni Gorby 31 2 

Foye Gordinier 345 

Joyce Gordon 269 

Lynne Gordon 269 

Susan Gordon 35 1 

Steve Gorenbein 404 

Barbara Gorton 3 1 7 

Miriom Goslins 269, 399 

MikeGotzaken 382 

Morgon Gould 323 

John Goudge 356 

Alison Gould 269 

Steven Gourley 269 



CatieGraeffe269 

Karen Groft 269. 349 

Danny Graham 220 

Pot Graham 376 

Debby Granfield 319 

Liz Grontck 323 

Susan Granite 399 

Alton Gront 240 

Artis Grant 399 

Nancy Gront 343 

Terri Grant 409 

Lani Gronum 333 

Dana Gray 323 

Gary Gray 368 

Judy Gray 403 

Kip Gray 366 

RozGroy, 125 

Annette Grozioni 269 

EdGrebel360 

Elaina Green 403 

Morton Green 270 

Richard Green 270 

Sandy Green 325 

Ted Green 382 

Mark Greenberg 382 

Diana Greene 392 

Jeff Greene 358 

Gory Greene 388, 390 

Mark Greenfield 382 

Linda Greenstein 270 

Sandy Greenstein 270 

Rondy Greenwald 270 

Hal Greenwood 213 

Ed Greer 130 

Randolph Gregory 270, 395 

Randy Gregory 370 

Bob Greig 364 

Wiltiom Grewar 270 
Jeonnie Griffen 323 
George Grihalva 362 
Kristen Grillo 392. 343 
Geoffrey Groot 270 
Geoff Groot 372 
Pamela Grobecker 270 
Pam Grobecker 337 
Donna Grodin 270 
Roberta Groner 335 
Barbara Gronsky 319 
Borboro Grossberg 270 
Angela Y. Gross 270 
Arnold Gross 270 
Irwin Gross 270 
Judy Gross 333 
Bob Grossman 41 2 
Julie Gruen 331 
Barry Grumman 378 
Elizabeth Grushkin 270 
Deon Gudgel 270 
Thomas Guiltinan 270 
Kothy Guiver 331 
Patricia Gunter 270 
Rick Gunther 387 
Sharon Guthrie 329 
Sue Gurak389 
Cheryl Gurevitz 270 
Leslie Gusinow 270. 319 
Gil Gutierrez 408 
Lynda Guymon 34 1 
Judy Guzik 392, 351 



Kathleen Hocketl. 270 
Potti Magiworo, 391 
Mike Hogler. 125 
Gary Hohn, 270 
Cathy Hoilpe'in. 351 
Shohrokh Hojion. 271 
Sheree Hole, 392 
Barbora Holey, 271 
Richard Holey, 271 
Rob Halkides, 271 
Cheri Holl. 329 
Cheryl Hall, 271 
Christine Holl, 271 
CorleK. Hall, 274 
Patricia Holl. 271 
Tina Hall, 339 
Linda Halopoff, 331 
Pom Halsey, 329 
Ellen Homada. 391 
Dennis Homel, 127 
Croig Hamilton, 360 
Solly Homilton, 407 
Debbie Hommorgren, 341 
Beverly Hammer. 351 
John Hommon, 374 
Evans Hammond. 362 
Judy Hammond, 339 
Dovid Mammons, 271 
Andy Hamner, 387 
Beth Hamson, 3 1 5 
Judith Hancock, 271 
Alice Handel. 335 
Chester Honley, 271 
Rim Honlin. 408 
Brenda Hansen, 135 
Doug Hansen, 376 
Gail Hansen, 41 3 
Kurt Honsen, 372 
Kirby Hanson, 392 
Sandro Hanson, 271 
Patrick Hoppekotte, 271 
Wendie Harond, 271 
Jon Horbaugh, 271.312 
Catherine Hordesty, 271 
Clyde Harkins. 378 
Pomelo Harmon, 271 
Steven Harmon, 271 
Dorrell Harris, 399 
Susan Harris, 271 
Vicki Harris, 325 
Victoria Harris, 271 
Amy Harrington, 407 
Gordon Harrison, 271 
Len Hartkemeier, 413 
Leonard Hortkemeier. 271 
Christopher Hartzell, 271 
Glenn Horvey, 410 
Morlo Harvey. 271, 319 
Judi Hosche, 323 
Stu Hastings, 372 
Carol Hotonako, 391 
John Hatch. 356 
Mori Hottori. 271 
Poul Hauck, 386 
Paul Houens. 374 
Harold Houg, 362 
Chuck Haughey, 378 



Richard Houser, 272 

Jeffrey Housman. 272 

Paul Hout. 406 

James Hawkins, 272 

Cassie Hawley. 413 

Hillary Hoycop. 272 

Carolyn Hayes, 337 

Don Hayes, 387 

Jeroldine Hayes, 272 

Susan Hoyles, 272 

Sue Hoyles, 337 

Douglas Haynes, 270 

Bob Heocock, 380 

Dennis Hearst, 362 

Mrs. Randolph A. Hearst, 240 

Marsha Hebden. 272, 337 

Nancy Hebden, 337 

Bruce Hecht, 410 

Charlie Heckel. 123 

Linda Heckmon, 272. 407 

Ed Hector. 410 

Corol Hedigon. 329 

Janet Hedrick, 272, 339 

Gail Heichman, 272 

Jay Heifetz, 272 

Carol Heiser, 272 

William Heiser, 272 

Trey Heisler. 390 

Cindy Held. 343.392 

John Hetfrick, 220 

Mrs. Edward H. Heller. 240 

Stephen Heller, 272 

Joy Helmon, 236 

Madeline Helper, 272 

Lindo Henderson, 325, 394 

Patricia Henderson, 272 

Jim Henry, 386 

Mary Anne Henry, 321 

Sondee Henry, 33 1 

Mary Ann Hinky. 270 

Corrine Hintze, 270 

Irene Hiromoto, 273 

Barboro Hiroshima, 401 

Joanne Hirsch. 270 

JeH Hirsh, 356 

Louise Histed. 273 

ChorlesJ. Hitch, 240 

Alexis Hix. 345 

Sheila Hoban, 274.327 

Richard Hoberman, 406 

Mon Bill Hom. 273 

Mary Michael Hobson, 274 

Rhondo Hofberg, 273 

Jo HoHeins, 339 

Suson Hoffer, 274 

Cathie Hofmann, 274 

Morjo Down Hoffman, 274 

Marjo Hoffmon, 333, 392 

Paul Hoffman. 380 

Gayle Holderness. 339 

Curt Holguin, 410 

Wayne Holland, 372 

Susan Hollidoy, 273 

James HoIItngsworth. 274 

Gwendolyn Holtowoy, 274 

Bert Holstein, 274 

Cheryl Holyk. 273 

Alice Hom. 403 

Ann Honda. 274 

Nancy Hongola, 274 

Barbara Honig, 274 



Moryonne Honnold, 339 

Melvin Honowitz, 274 

Dove Hooker, 380 

Chos Hooper, 274 

Sarah Hooper, 409 

Kayuo Hosokowa, 274 

Mike Hostermon, 404 

Korlo Houghton, 388 

Bob House, 1 30 

Esther Howord, 382 

Gregg Howard, 274 

Pal Howard, 345 

Vol Howard, 343 

Wendy Howard, 339 

Robert Howe, 273 

Bob Howe, 370 

Robert Howell, 274 

Scott Howell, 356 

Rich Howorth, 364 

Amy Hsieh, 273 

Margaret Hsiu, 274 

Bing Hsiung, 273 

Ino Hsiung, 396 

Linda Hubbard, 127, 274 

Susan Hubble, 407 

Bill Hudson, 413 

Judy Hudson, 403 

Barbie Huff, 345 

Rick Huff, 413 

Glen Hughes, 372 

Bob Hull, 358 

Dionne Hull, 325, 392 

Karen Hull, 317 

Sue S. Hum, 274 

Sue Hum. 396 

Eddie Hume, 220 

Mortha Hummel, 3 i 7 

Barrington Hunt, 273 

Dorian Hunt, I 27 

Peter Hunt, 274 

Rich Hunter, 370 

B. Keith Huntington, 274 

Tom Hurd, 405 

Carol Hurley, 407 

Morgaret Hvidt, 315 

Joseff V/ilham Hymson, 128 



CliHord Israel 275 
CliH Israel 387 
Mike Italiono 360 
Nelson Itotani 275 
Judy I vie 275 



Margit Juul, 276 
Margie Juul, 3 1 5 



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Nomy lijima 401 
Barbara Ikeguchi 274 
Viekee Ikeguchi 40) 
June Ikemoto 274 
Richard Impett 275 
Joe Ingalls 374 
Bette Ingroham 275 
Bruce Ingram 376 
Jim Ingram 376 
Ronelle Ingram 275 
Bill Injerd 406 
Bill Injerd 386 
Mike Inksler362 
Ronald Inmon I 35 
John Isen 275 
Chris Inquye 403 
John Isen 404 
Peggy Ishikawa 275 



Ken Joblonski, 362 
Barbara Jack, 345 
Alfred Jackson, 386 
Julie Jackson, 392, 394 
Caroline Jacobs, 275 
Jonis Jocobson, 347 
Joan Jocobson, 275 
David James, 275 
Dick James. 386 
Jim James, 376 
Rick James, 404 
Gil Jensen, 362 
Fronces Jao, 396 
Francis Jao, 412 
Alan Jaroslovsky, 275 
Howord Jaroslovsky, 135 
Mushtoq Jeevonjee, 275 
Ann Jenkins, 275 
Susan Jennings, 343, 392 
Karl Jenks, 275 
John Jensen, 386 
Karen L. Jensen, 275 
Evo Jew, 275 
VidoriaJoe, 275 
Beth Johannsen. 275, 399 
Corolyn Johns, 275, 343 
Jerry Johnsen, 208 
Catherine Johnson, 275 
Cathy Johnson, 341 
Darrly F. Johnson, 275 
Dorryl F. Johnson, 275 
Debby Johnson, 329, 403 
Gregory Johnson, 275 
Jerry Johnson, 408 
Jim Johnson, 376, 390 
Kathryn Johnson, 275 
Kothy Johnson, 135, 315 
Kip Johnson, 406 
Linda Johnson, 3 I 5 
Michael Julian Johnson, 276 
Randy Johnson, 412 
Rodger Johnson, 376 
Roger Johnson, 390 
Rodger G. Johnson, 276 
Teresa Johnson, 276 
Paul Johnson. 276 
Suzanne Johnson, 398 
Vance Johnson, 410 
Bud Jones, 372 
Charles Jones, 135 
Debbie Jones, 329 
Georgia Jones, 276 
Jessica Jones, 398 
Scot Jones, 236 
Jeanette Josephs, 276 
Dionne Jue. 276, 391 
Ellen Juliene, 34 1 
Eleanor Jung, 391 
Wendy Jung, 401 
Skip Junis, 220 



Jules Kobot. 382 
DebbieKobuss, 339, 392 
Barbara Kadoner, 276 
Barbara Kodner, 349 
Joyce Kagen, 276 
CyndeeKohn, 349 
Greg Kohn, 4 1 2 
Michael Kohn, 276 
Corolyn Kaiser, 276, 353 
Eugenie Kaiser, 276 
Genie Kaiser. 341 
Larry Koiser. 382 
Colleen Kakehashi, 401 
Jeonnie Koleth, 41 3 
JohnKlish 
John Kolish. 410 
Wally Koltenborn, 376 
Lisa Komin, 276 
Elaine T. Konegoi, 276 
Toni Konoc 
Linda Kalb, 403 
Sal Kolil,378 
MorkKalpakoff. 412 



Marjorie Koplon, 276 
Buzz Kaplan. 382 
Korin Koplon, 349 
Suson Kaplan, 351 
Alyce Karpel, 276 
Donna Karr, 392 
Terry Kospar. 362 
Candy Kostel, 317 
Vicos Kotilius, 149 
Sandi Koto, 391,404 
David Katz. 149 
James Kautfman, 395 
Jim Kauffmon, 372 
Mimi Kaufman, 349 
Steve Kaufman, 370 
lleneKoy, 398 
Michael Kay, 276 
Cotherine Kozner, 276 
Jim Keotly, 380 
Cheri Keele, 398 
John Keeling, 276.388 
Diane Keenum, 325 
RickKeir, 126 
Steve Keirmon, 382 
Christine Keith, 276 
Chris Keith, 343 
Michael Kelber, 276 
irgen Keles, 276 
Gail Keller, 399 
Lynda H. Keller, 276 



Jon Kellermon, 128 
Barry Kelly, 360 
Doug Kelly, 124 
Sharon Kelly, 227 
Stephen Kelly, 277 
Steve Kelly, 372 
Mory Kelsey, 277 
Kathy Kennedy, 392 
Linda Kennedy, 277 
Steve Kennedy, 405 
Cindy Kent. 277. 319 
Mike Kent. 372 
M. R, Kerley, 103 
M. R. Kerley. 130 
Janet Kerr. 277 
Karen Kessn, 317 
Rene Kestenbaum, 327 
Daniel Ketchom, 277 
Terry Ketchom, 277 
Mary Kettmer, 277 
Mostafo Kholeghi, 277 
Bill Kieckhaeter. 356 
Bev Kiefer. 389 
Bob Kiernan, 360 
Korolyn Kiisel. 331 
Kothy Ki.sel. 331 
Tom Kikuchi, 360 
KirkKilgour. 232, 368 
Professor Kim, 358 
Sue Ann Kim, 277 




Dean Charles Speroni — hine Arts 



Ann Kimura, 277 
Chris Kindt, 315 
Jonathan King, I 35 
Mike King, 399 
Roy Wayne King, 277 
Sandy King, 329 
Woyne King, 366 
Bruce Kingsbury, 277, 364 
Joon Kingsbury, 414 
Joan Ruth Kingsbury. 277 
Dave Kinnoin, 41 2 
Fran Kinoshita, 403 
Alan Kipnis. 277 
M. Scott Kirk, 277 
Randolph Kirk, 135 
Scott Kirk. 362 
David Kirsten, 408 
Susan Kiser, 277 
Charlene Kite, I 
Charlene Kite, 412 
PatKittell. 408 

Janie Klaustermeyer, 277, 339 
Carol Klein, 277 
Fredrick Klein. 277 
Phil Klein, 2/7 
Robert Klensin, 278 
PhilKlien, 370 
Kathy Kleinkauf, 392 
Katherine Klimenko, 278 
Charles Klum, 278 
Chuck Klum, 386 
Carole Knoul, 124, 278.343 
John Knox. 358 
Nancy Knox, 333 
Sue Kobashigowa, 401 
MorkKobata, 376 
Peggy Koboyashi. 391 
Peter Kochlocs. 278 
Pete Kochlocs, 405 
Sochi Kodomi, 278 
Libby Kohler 
Libby Kohler, 337 
Steven Kohls, 278 
Bill Kohn, 386 
William Kohn, 278 
Gail Konishi, 414 
Soro Kordo. 327 
Andy Korkos, 34 
Royce Korman, 319 
Lonno Kooyers, 278 
Christine Krajion, 278 
Harriet Kramer, 278 
Pete Kranske, 366 
Dionne Krosovec, 278 
Kolhy Kraus, 325 
Marilyn Krebs, 278 
Bob Kreiss, 228 
Vivian Kremer, 278 
Louise Kriegsmon, 128 
Donald Krintzman, 135 
Kopriel Krikorion, 278 
Tina Kristovich, 317 
Jeon Kronberg, 278 
Steve Krueger, 368 
Chris Krumpotic, 409 
Holly Krupnick, 278 
Dove Kruse, 360 
Alice Kubo, 407 
Debbie Kuboto, 391 
Lynn Kudio, 345 
Steven Kuhn, 278 
Steve Kuhn, 390 



Stevan Kukic, 278 

SylvieKulkm, 351 

Doris Kumamoto, 278, 400 

Lynn Kuo, 396 

Patricio Kurashige, 278 

Barry Kurtz, 279 

Jeff Kurtz. 382 

Mike Kurtz, 386 

Helanie Kurtzman, 349 

Claire Kurz, 403 

Emily Kushido, 279 

Adrienne Kushner, 279 

Kenneth Kuss, 279 

Doris Kusumoto, 279 
Kenneth Kwock, 279 
DonKydd,387, 413 
Donald W. Kydd, 279 



Doug Ladauer, 406 

Sharon Lodd. 279 

Wray Lodine, 356 

Carl La Fong, 128 

Claudia Loidlow, 315,392 

Pete Lake, 386 

Margaret Lambert, 135 

Debby Lamp. 343 

Wode Lomson, 360 

Nadine Lander, 400 

Tom Landers, 362 

Jim Londis, 358 

Wayne Londis, 376 

Leslie Londgreen, 279, 325 

Dave Landress, 220 

Jessie Lone, 323 

Jocklyn Long, 279 

Lesley Langberg, 279 

Fran Langfitt, 347 

Jeanie Longmore, 329 

Brod Longston-Jones, 368 

Jeff Lapham, 376 

John Longpap, 362 

Mohammed R. Lorizadeh. 279, 387 

Buffi Larkin, 327 

Commie Larson, 392 

Chip Larson, 41 2 

Commie Larson, 333 

Koren Later, 279 

Lindo Latimer, 279. 327 

Corol Lotbna, 31 5 

Jean La Tourette, 279 

JockLatow, 390. 396 

Froncis Lau, 279 

Colin Lou, 279 

Mary Lou. 279, 412 

Richard Lou, 279 

Ronald Lou, 279 

Susie Lau. 279. 396 

Linda Louer. 279 

Peter Loven, 279 

Roy Lavender, 4 10 

Rick Lowson. 279 

Judy Layton, 323 

Pete Leahey. 358 

Robert Leomy. 280 

Bob Lear, 370 



Richard Le Bell. 280 

Bill Le Blanc. 220 

Stu Ledsom, 362 

Ann Marie Lee, 331 

Bill Lee, 387 

Gory Lee. 280 

Janet Lee, 400 

JudieLee, 280 

Kai Hea Lee, 280 

Lory Lee, 280 

Lena Lee. 280. 396 

Linda Lee. 319 

Lois Lee. 400 

Miriam Lee. 280 

Odell Lee. 280 

Peter Lee, 396 

Phyllis Lee. 280 

Roy Lee, 396 

Ronald Lee, 280 

Shirely Lee, 400 

Tze-jen Lee, 396 

Vol Lee, 343 

Virginia Lee, 325 

Richord Leeds, 280 

Debbie Leeb, 319 

Chris Leembruggen, 323 

David Lees, 126 

John Legros, 360 

Leo Leider, 280 

Jerry Leitch. 366 

Linda Le Marinel, 345 

Kim Lemosters, 358 

Randy Lembersky. 403 

Alan Lemmermon, 376 
Hollis Lenderking, 362 

Cynthia Lengnick, 280 

Cyndy Lengnick. 339, 392 

Tim Lenhort, 374 
Robin Lennon, 3 1 5 
Noncy Lent. 280. 319 
Jo Ann Lentz, 394 
Joan Leonard, 280 
Corol Leonetti, 280, 325 
Gregory Leong, 388 
Wendy Leong, 130, 407 
Enid Lerner, 347 
Lione. Lerner 280, 327 
Chris Leschner, 4 14 
BobLesh. 360 
Morgo Lessner, 351 
Sandra Lessner, 280 
Joyce Lessor, 349 
Don Leutz, 362 
Roy Levorio. 360 
Condy Levenson, 319 
Norman Leventhol, 280 
Evonne Levin. 351,394 
Jeff Levin, 124 
Pete Levin, 220 
Arthur Levine, 382 
Susan Levine, 280 
More Levinson. 280 
Patricia Levine, 280 
More Levinson, 399 
Roberto Levitt. 319 
Janet Levy. 280 
Steven Levy. 28 1 
CynthioLev*., 392, 401 
Ginger Lew, 28 1 
Henry Lew/, 28 1 



Ronald Lev^, 396 

John Lewondowski. 281 

Warren Liang, 4 1 2 

Deno Lieberman. 281, 403 

Georgia Lieberman, 281 

Betty Lieu, 281 

Lindo Lievon, 28! 

Stuart Lilly, 281 

Janet Lim. 281 

Lawrence Lim, 28 1 

Andrew Lin, 281 

Bob Lind. 372, 390 

John Lind, 281 

Mary Lind, 343 

Robert Lind, 281.395 

Jonathan Lindeke. 281 

Joan Linden. 349 

Cindy Lindquist, 333 

Jim Lineberger, 376 

Vol Lingmon. 315 

Rondie Lintz, 368 

JJ. Lipari, 281 

Jim Lipari, 380 

Jackilipton. 281 

Jerri Lisogor, 281 

Judy Lissner. 281.339, 393 

Janis Lister, 325 

Roger Litman, 281 

Lee Ann Little, 281 



Richard Little, 281 

Rob Littlejohn, 360 

Morlene Lilvoh, 281 

Fronces Liu, 281 

John Livie, 370 

Scott Livingston, 378 

Stan Livingston, 405 

Guy Lockheod. 208 

Bob Loftin, 405 

Janice Logan, 282 

Keith Logon, 282 

Helen Loo, 282 

Rose Look, 393 

Michele Lombardo, 353 

Mrs. Long, 327 

Jose Lopez, 408 

Mary Ellen Lopez, 282. 323 

Samson Lor, 282 

Cathy Lord, 325 

Daniel Lorsch, 282 

Jeff Losch, 372 

Bob Losey. 376 

Kotherine Loughlin, 394, 399 

Herb. Love, 378 

Katie Low, 333. 393 

Alan Lowe, 282 

Barbara Lowe. 282 

Emily Lowe, 282 

Julie Lowe. 282.321 

Jim Lucas, 362 




Assistant Professor Jerome Rabow — Sociology 



Gary Ludlow, 362 
Lawrence Lue, 282 
Janet Luedeking, 329 
Peter Lumsden, 282 
Dennis Lundquist, 282, 366 
Al Londy. 362 
Stephen Lupton, 395 
Linda Lusk. 282. 325, 394 
Brad Lynrion, 173, 213 
Bob Lynch, 374 
Trudy Lynch, 337. 393.394 
Mitch Lynn, 282 
Ken Lyon. 413 



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Kenneth Mo, 396 
Lester Maos. 282 

Bonnie MocEvoy. 339 

Ed Mochodo, 232 

Maggie Mocias, 409 

Karen Mock, 319 

Don Mockin, 41 2 

Rod MocLeod, 282 

Roger Moddaford. 380 

Debora Madsen, 282 

Takeshi Moekowa. 282, 387 

Sheilo Moetzold. 282 

Marlene Mogenheim, 335 

Richord Moggio. 282 

Peter Moher, 282 

Morki Maizels, 282 

Gary Makole. 380 

Sachiko Mokino. 283 

Phyllis Malcomson. 283, 341 
Audrey Mailer, 283 
Robert Molone, 283 
Bob Molone, 386 

Eugene Mandell, 408 

Frances Mandell, 283 

Mark Mondell, 283 

Barboro Manheimer, 283, 335 

Al Manning. 388 

Sugar Manser, 386 

Judy Mor, 283 

Debi Morons, 349 

Bertrond Morcono, 283 

Lindo Marcot, 403 

Rochel Marcus, 280 

Jeff Morder, 408 

Marie Morengo, 398 

Lynn Margoles, 283 

Gary Mark, 283 

Rich Marks. 382 

Richard Morks, 283, 390 

Shoron Marks. 335 

Michele March, 393 

Peter Marchewko, 395 

Tony Mordion, 366 

David Marr. 283 
Marilyn Marr. 283 
Mary Morsh. 283 
Jonnes Marsholl. 283 
Stanley Morsh. Jr., 283 
BethAAartin, 414 
Jody Mortin. 409 
Jose Martin, Jr., 283 
Louro Martin, 3)5 



Mary Martin. 283 
Vicki Mortin, 319 
Bob Martinez, 378 
JohnMortins, Jr., 283 
Janet Martorello, 283 
Irene Maruno, 407 
James Marusek, 283 
Patricio Moryon, 280 
Gretchen Moschmeyer, 333 
Linda Maslioh, 1 35 
Carol Mason, 284 
Jocolyn Mason, 284 
Owen Mason, 4 1 2 
Ronno Mason, 284 
Terry Mason, 358 
Mario Massmon. 319 
Richard Mossow, 284 
Dove Mosterman, 374 
Jeff Mather, 370 
Scott Motheson, 284 
DeniseMothey, 284. 337 
Bronko Motrokoff. 284 
Miki Motsubaro, 400 
Miyo Motusbora, 400 
Jonie Motsumoto, 284 
Romon Motuszewski. 380 
Lousie Mat2, 284 
Morcio Mo(2, 284. 399 
Laurel Mavis, 284 
Barbara Maxwell, 403 
Marilyn Moy, 339 
Rex Mayer, 366 
Chuck Mazouch, 408 
David Mozzeo, 284 
Shoron McAlexander. 284 
Julie McAndrews, 333 
Louro McAvoy. 284. 321 
Nancy McCollum. 333, 393 
John McCorty. 378 
KenAAcClellond. 410 
BethMcClure. 339 
Pat McClure. 374 
Salty McCloud. 325 
Terri McConnell, 321 
Beth McCrory. 412 
DeniseMcCrory. 343.393 
Helen McCullough. 284, 393 
Dob McDonald, 374 
DaveMcDonold. 360 
Lizo AAcDonald, 134 
Annolee McDonough. 33 I 
KirkMcElney, 410 
Lindo McForlond, 315 
Don McGonn, 362 
Meredith McGarrity, 284 
Marsha McGough. 409 
Linda McGinnes, 284 
Morjorie McGinty, 284 
Mary McGoey. 321 
John McGovern, 284 
Linda McGovern. 284 
Sally AAcGuire, 284 
Jeon Mclntyre. 284 
Julie Mclntyre. 333 
Lindo Mclssoc, 393 
Jim McKonno. 358 
Stpehen McKee. 284 
KothyMcKendrick. 337 
Brian McKenno, 356 
Morcie McKerren, 329 
Jeff McKinney, 358 




Assistant Professor Geoffrey Symcox — History 



Cosey McLonohan. 333, 393 

Sherry McLaren. 333 

Sherrie McLaren, 394 

Betty McLoughlin. 284 

Dennc McLaughlin, 283 

Kelley McLin. 325 

Barnet McNomora. 408 

Dove McNary, 41 

Lyndo McNeol, 285 

VenitoMcNeely. 285 

Don McNeil, !24 

LindoMcNe.l. 135 

Evelyn McNitt, 285 

Evy McNiM. 331.393 

Kelly McSpadd en, 372 

Mork Mead, 413 

Nelson Meade, 372 

Tim Meoger, 376, 406 

Sherri Meores. 337 

Jane Meier. 285, 331. 393. 399 

Bill Meigs, 404 

JohnMeikle. 412 

James Meisenheimer, 285 

Judy Meisenheimer, 285 

Keith Meisenheimer, 364 

Dennis Melendez, 412 

Mickey Mellmon. 382 

MorkMeltzer, 285 

MorkMelizer, 285, 390 

Beverly Mendheim, 285 

Spehen Mendonco, 285 

Maggy Merrick, 347 

RosolieMeshnik. 285 

Joe Mesimer, 404 

Pom Messer, 393 

BobMetcolf. 368 

Jane Metzger. 285 

Tom Metzger, 374 



Debbie Meyer, 331 
Morcia Meyer, 285 
Mojorie Meyers, 287 
Joan Michel, 285 
Gary Michele, 382 
Lorraine Midonik, 285 
Lorry Miholos. 386 
Shoron Mijo, 285 
Donna Milefchik, 337 
Tom Miles. 220, 358 
Beverly Miller. 349 
Charles Miller, 285 
Cindy Miller, 339 
Daphne Miller. 285 
Dave Miller, 408 
Gay Miller, 285 
Jackie Miller. 285 
Jeonette Miller, 285 
Lindo Miller, 285 
Luann Miller, 32 1 
Morion Miller, 321 
Mglindo Miller. 285. 327 
Pomelo Miller, 285 
Veronica Miller. 286 
Wendy Miller, 351 
Paddy Milliken, 403 
Jams Milne. 329 
Martha Milstem, 286 
Stanley Mindel, 134 
Diano Miner. 286 
Nancy Miner, 345 
Patricio Mingus, 135 
PoHiMingus. 315 
Louis Miromontes, 286 
Louie Miromontes, 370 
Gail Mirmon. 286 
Leslie Mirman, 327 
Bernie Mitchell, 124 



Janice Mitchell, 286 
Morionne Mitchell. 339 
Cherly Mitchem, 282 
Cherry Mitchem, 353 
Joyce Mitsunogo, 286 
LeahMittleman, 286 
Morsho Miura, 401 
Beverly Miyamoto, 401 
Janet Miyomuro. 286 
Barbara Mizuno. 286, 401 
Chuck Mizutoni, 408 
Jane Mohr, 329 
Martha Mohs, 286 
SylvoMoissidis. 286 
Carlos Molina, 286 

Joke Molina. 220 
Robert T. Monogon. 240 
Annie Monk. 286 
Horry Montogue. 376 

Foster Montolbono. 378 

Justin Montono, 387 

Lee Monteleone, 127 

Gory Montgomery, 362 

Moureen Montgomery, 286 

Ron Montgomery, 364 

Mike Moody, 362 

Sherry Moody, 333 

Kirk Moon, 362 

Diane Moore, 286, 327 

Ed Moore, 220 

James Moore. 286 

Joseph A. Moore, 240 

Kathleen Moore. 286 

Kothie Moore, 389 

Roz Moore, 409 

Judy Moorehouse, 321, 389 

John Monfe, 286 

Bill Moron, 362 



KQthy Moron, 3 15 
RitoMorenoult, 317 
Joe Moreno, 382 
Joe Moreno, 382.390 
George Morgan, 356 
Henry Morgan. 286 
Neil Morgan, 368 
Joy Morgener, 372 
Martha Morgensfern, 286 
Joseph Moreno, 286 
Gerald Morris. 128 
Henry Morris, 395 
Mark Morrow, 366 
Harold Moskovitz, 354 
Sue Moss, 349 
Dave Morton, 41 3 
Sue Morton, 31 5 
Susan Morton, 286 
Eleanor Mosauer, 286 
Dennis Moseley, 287 
Marilyn Moses, 287 
David Moss. 287 
Donald Moss, 287 
Susan Moss, 287 



Barbora Moster, 351 
Chester Motloch, 287 
Martin Mould. 135 
Bob Mourodian. 372 
Robert Mourodion, 287 
Susie Moy, 409 
Nancy Mozur, 287, 349, 399 
Alex Mucino, 364 
Mike Mueller. 360 
Potty Mulford. 339 
Cheryl Mulligan, 323 
MikeMullins. 213 
Melvin Murakami, 287 
Janet Murata, 401 
Keiko Muroto. 287 
Oscmu Muroto. 287 
Cindy Murray, 33 1 
Kathleen Murray, 287 
BillMurrell, 364 
Maurice Musry, 387 
Cherri Myers, 329 
Jim Myers. 368 
Linda Myers, 403 
Anne Myron. 1 27 




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Mike Model. 412 
Warren Nagano, 362 
Joey Nagel, 380 
Pal Nogy, 347 
Harvey Nokomura, 403 
Lucille Nakano, 287 
Lucy Nakano, 404 
Mosako Nokoyoma, 287 
Vickie Nokayoma, 401 
Korol Namatame, 287 
Michael Nopora, 287 
Shirley Nosh, 287 
Mary Nostronero, 287, 341 
Paul Noujokoitis, 406 
Linda Navin, 287, 335 
Kim Necessary, 343 
Scott Neely, 135 
Scott Neely, 135, 360 
Vicki Neemayer, 343 
Rex Neemeyer, 287 
Vickie Neemeyer, 393 
Chuck Negri, 370 
Money Neiditch, 287, 327 
James Neil, 287 
Jim Neil, 374 
Cothy Neimon, 331 
Bruce Nelson, 288 
Cathy Nelson, 288 
Jackie Nelson, 331 
Janet Nelson, 288 
Mourice G. Nelson, 288 
Norman E Nelson, 288 
Norm Nelson, 362 
Susie Nelson, 31 7 
Tony Nemer, 183, 288 
Vicki Neuvert, 323 
Thomas Newberry, 288 
Bobbie Newcomb, 413 
Lee Newell, 288 
William Newkirk, 288 
Bill Newkirk, 354. 372. 390 
Bob Newman. 362 
Gary Newman, 412 
Nancy Newman, 288, 339 
Eugene NewstsI, 288 
Robert M. Newton. 288 
Robert Newton, 395 
Bob Newton, 410 
Togbo Ngongono, 288 
Lindsey Nicholl, 386 
George Nichols, 358 
Nino Nicholson, 339 
Bonnie Nickel, 341 
Roger Micosio, 412 
Mork Niedermon, 376, 390 
Kathryn L. Nielsen. 288 
Linda Nielsen. 288.331 
Mark Nielsen, 356 
Corol Nielson, 33 1 
Money Nikirk, 288, 323 
RonNisbet. 217 
Glenn Nishido. 405 

Joanne Nishio. 398 
Julie Nishizu, 288 
DionneNilto, 391 
Marilyn Nix, 288 
Noncy Nolan, 329 



Corol Normon, 288 
Bob Norton. 374 
Mike Novak, 380 
Nancy Nozisko, 329 
James H. Nueboum, 288 

Joseph Nyderek, 288 



Stephen Obrond, 288 
Roger O'Brien. 370 
Holly OBrien. 289 
William OBrien. 289 
Corol Ochs. 289 
Cindy O Connor. 414 
Sharon O'Connor. 124 
Jetf Odermon. 372 
Coroline Oehler. 410 
Terry Oftdal. 289, 362 
Rodney Ogowa, 289 
Gregory Ogden, 289 
Greg Odgen, 412 
Jerri Ohisson, 317 
Rosonn Ohiund, 317 
Ross Ojedo, 289 
Karen O'Kone. 343. 393 
Koren Okerstrom. 333. 393 
Julio Okido. 391 
Diane Okumoto. 401 
Eric Oldendorf, 408 
Mork Oldendorf, 399 
Sandi Oliver, 347 
Steve Oliver, 289 
Terri Olivores, 398 
SueOlrich, 289 
Debby Olsen, 317 
Cothy Olshane, 351 
Marsha Olson, 403 
Mike Olson, 406 
Bill O Neil, 289, 386 
PotrickONeil, 289 
Timothy O Neill, 289 
Tim O'Neill, 376 
Pomelo Oringel, 351 
Mike Orkin, 386 
Michoel Ornee, 289 
Michael Orosel, 289 
Thora Orzechowski, 327 
Sidney Orr, 289 
Allon Orth, 289 
Tobie Osothonoud, 412 
Les Osborn, 386 
Fronces Oshiama, 289 
MorkOstoich, 213 
Tsuyoshi Osumi, 289 
Bruce Ostrander, 374 
Condi Oto, 401 
Christi Oloni, 391 
Charles Ott, 289 
Linda Otto, 289 
Roiner Olio, 380 
Corol Otionello, 289 
Lola Ouon, 404 
Luann Overmyer, 289 
Jomes Owens, 289 
Bill Oxiey. 386 
Corol Oyster. 289 
Soil Ozawo. 409 



John Pockord, 378 
Mike Pocker, 406 
LesliePoddock, 290. 321 
Robin Podorr, 319 
Jeff Poine, 405 
Susi Painter. 404 
Terry Polmo, 372 
Pomme Palmer. 325 
Tori Palmer. 333 
Debbie PolmquisI, 339, 393 
Chorles Polomino, 290 
Roul Poiomo, 290 
Poul Pan, 128 
Joseph Pong, 290, 396 
Rick Ponkow, 408 
Majorie Pope, 290 
Jomes Pappolordo, 290 
Antoinette Poppas. 393 
Dovidito Porker, 374 
Debbie Porker, 315 
Ellen Parker, 290 
John Parker, I 26 
Lovey Parker, 404 
Claude Pote, 290 
Dovid Patterson, 290 
Steve Patterson, 192, 203 
Bart Polton, 360 
John Potton, 360 
Pomelo Potty, 290 
Pom Potty, 134,341, 389 
Edwin W. Pouley, 240 
RuthPoulsen, 291 
Lorindo Poulson. 290 
Phillip Poulson, 290 
Kevin Powlik. 290. 360 
Andrea Poyner. 290 
Sue Pebley. 345. 393 
Joanne Peirson. 345 
Louise Pender. 407 
Donn Penn. 319 
Buddy Penn9ngton. 41 2 
Atheno Perolto. 353 
Joanne Perler, 335 
Modesto Perez. 290 
Ramon Perez. 405 
Vince Perez. 4 1 2 
Lawrence Perle. 290 
Leslie Perils. 403 
Jeffery Perlmon, 1 28 
Cheryl Perry, 315 
Kothy Perry, 325 
Brooke Person, 290, 333 
Jane Pesonle, 290, 389 
Donny Pesses, 290 
Corl Peters, 290 
Carol Peters, 290 
Romona Peters, 290 
Dona Peterson, 339 
Joon Peterson, 290 
Linda Peterson, 331 
Pete Peterson, 364 
Robert Peterson, 135 
Sondee Peterson, 329 
Tindoro Peli, 290 
Bob Petrello, 220 
Greg Pelrie, 387 
Roger C. Pettitt. 240 



Assistant Professor Jules z.entner — German 



Georgia Pleifer, 291 

Nompechro PhanichphonI, 291 

Mike Phelan, 370 

JeriPhilbriek. 291 

Potricio Phillipes, 291 

Eleanor Phillips, 414 

Flip Phillips. 382 

Linda Phillipi, 414 

Margaret Phillips, 291 

Ron Phillipsborn, 387 

Lee Phillipson. 382 

Ron Picco, 362 

Jell Pichel, 366 

Tom Pick, 386 

Noncy Pickett, 351 

Brian Pierce, 406 

Rhondo Pieler,.351, 393, 394 

Bob Pifferini, 220 

Loine Piini, 345 

Andrea Pill, 339 

Michelle Piozel, 345 

Diane Pincus, 29 I 

Karen Pincus, 3 19 

Diane Pirie, 345 

Debbie Pitts, 325 

Rick Pittenger, 374 

Bob Pitzer, 362 

Pat Plomondon, 360 

Porme Plonich, 412 

Lou Plouzoles, 130 

Donno Plummer, 315, 393, 394 

Jomes l^oett, 291 

Jim Poett, 358 

Richard Poggemeyer. 291 

Mary Polito, 291,389 

Wendy Pollack, 319 

Cindy Pollard, 329 

Terry Polley, 291, 364 

Doug Pollock, 220 

Nancy Pomeroy, 331 

Cheryl Pond, 333 

Rick Pope, 220 

Marcia Popovich, 291 

Lo Verne Porche, 291 

Nancy Porter, 291, 399 

Ed Portillo, 387 

Margoret Potts, 339, 393 

Annobelle Powell, 291 

Bruce Powell, 291 

George Powell, 395 

Gayle Power, 343 

Laurie Power, 393 

James Powers, 291 

Ronold Powers, 291 

John Prentice, 362 

Tony Press, 124 

Rondi Pressel, 317 

Sheldon Presser. 291 

Jim Price, 376, 390 

Steve Price, 220 

Chris Priego, 408 

Ron Prinz, 410 

Carter Provo, 291 

Tommy Prothro, 164 

Vikki Prusas, 343 

Jim Puffer, 372 

Lance Pugh, 362 

Woyne Pugh, 370 

Suzonne Pulsifer, 331, 393, 394 

Somson Pun, 412 



Ralph Punoro. 220 
Sharon Puritz, 291 
Brian Putmon, 358 
Allen Pyenson, 382 



Kalherine Quadros, 291 
Poul Quadros, 291 
Veronico Ouesada, 291 
Jon Quinn, 378 
Patricia Quon, 292 
Shirley Quong, 391 



John Racine, 292 
Rob Racine, 387 
Claudia Rader, 317 
Theodore Roess, 292 
Ted Raess, 366 
Max Rofferty. 240 
Patricia Rofferty, 292 
Brock Ragno, 366 
Jonis Roguso, 31 2 
Janice Ragusa, 339 
Horoon Rohim, 228 
Jeff Parker, 362 
Jeff Raker, 362 
Jeff Ralston, 408 
Gunilla Ramell, 292 
Joan Ramen, 292 
Bob Ramirez, 387 
Cecelia Ramos, 345 
George Romos, 292 
Bob Ramsey, 370 
Doug Ramsey, 292 
Ed Romsey, 292 
John Ramsey, 399 
Michele Romsey, 398 
Theresa Ramsey, 394 
SueRandell, 339 
Blair Rondle, 292 
Steve Randle, 378 
Toheri Rongwolo, 412 
Bloke Rankin, 292 
Blake Rankin, 292, 376 
Carol Raphael, 3 15 
David Ropoport, 292 
James Ropoport, 292 
Linda Rosok, 31 7 
Kristi Rosmussen, 345 
Noncy Rotledge, 315 
Lisa Raufman, 351 
Tom Raugiala, 376 
Potricio Routh. 292 
Barbara Raymond, 339 
Ronald Reogon, 240 
Clayton Record, 405 
Claudio Reed, 400 
Poula Reed, 292 
Suzanne Reed, 292 
Tracy Reed, 319 
Ellen Reese. 321 
Williom Reetz, 292 



ArtReichle, 219 
Andy Reichline, 1 27 
Andrew Reichline, 135 
Charles Reid, 292.399 
Robert Reid, Jr., 292 
Tom Reiley, 410 
Bonnie Reilly, 341 
Ed Reinecke, 240 
La Donna Reiner, 292 
Lawrence Reinhordt, 292 
Renote Reinhordt, 292 
Bruce Reinick, 378 
Juan Reinoso-Rollo, 292 
Ed Reitan, 380 
Susan Reller, 292 
Julie Remboc, 293 
Evelyn Renold, 128 
George Rendon, 293 
Jerry Recpele, 4 10 
Carey Resch. 290, 325 
Nancy Rethmeier, 312, 333 
Pom Rettberg. 317 
Steven Revilz. 293 
Brad Reynolds. 387 
Jon Reynolds. 29^ 
Roberto. Reynolds, 240 
Borbora Rheingold, 293 
Ted Rhoads, 293 
Steven Rhodes, 293 
Bob Rich, 412 

Greg Rich, 293. 390 

Robert Rich. 387 

Doc Richards. 370 



MorkRichords, 293. 382 
Janie Richardson. 345 
Suson Richardson. 331 
RickRichert, 410 
Kathleen Richey, 293 
Wendy Richie. 393 
Deborah Richmon. 293 
Heddy Richter. 293 
Pat Rider. 393.412 
Frank Ridge. 412 
Vickie Rieber, 130 
Vickie Rieber. 130.337 
Janis Riegle. 341 
Jerry Riggins. 386 
Lona Riggins. 3 I 7 
Peggy Riggle. 343. 393 
Sharyn Riggs. 321 
Bill Riley, 366 
Dulcy Rimac, 293 
Jennifer Ring, 293 
Joe Rippinger, 405 
Martin Rips, 126 
Rick Riskis, 376 
Wayne Ritchey. 293 
Bonnie Rito. 412 
Dusty Ritter, 204 
Peter Robb, 356 
JaneRobbins, 293 
Joann Robbs, 347 
Alan Roberson, 376 
Dovid Roberts, 293 
Gregory Roberts, 293 
Roy Roberts, 362 



Terese Roberts, 293 
Kothleen Robertson, 293 
Ron Robertson. 410 
Phyllis Robins. 293 
Charlie Robinson. 378 
Lou Robinson. 339 
Natalie Robinson. 293 
Gory Robson. 220 
Mary Rockett, 353 
Dennsi Rocklein. 404 
John Rockwell, 293. 386 
Nancy Rodgers, 345 
Ronald Rodgers. 294 
Sharon Rodgers. 323 
Lynn Rodner. 294 
Dave Rodrigue. 378 
Dion Rodriguez, 333 
Juanito Rodriguez, 294 
Jaime Rodriguez-Pastor, 294 
Wendy Roellick, 327 
Bill Rogers, 372 
Bob Rogers, 360 
Corli Rogers, 389 
Denny Rogers, 213 
Steve Rogers, 360 
Wendy Roellick, 294 
Irene Rokaw. 294 
Tom Romans. 376 
Bill Roop. 387 
Joy Rootlieb. 294 
Eric Rosa. 364 
Thomos Rosa, 294 
Tom Rosa, 372 




Professor Donald Kalish — Philosophy 



Anito Rose, 294 
Irv Rose. 388 
Jeffrey Rosen. 294 
Leslie Rosen. 294 
Les Rosen, 376 
Nancy Rosen. 351 
Sonford Rosen. 294. 387 
Alan Rosenberg. 405 
Joe Rosenberg. 366 
John Rosenberg. 294 
L. Rosenberg. 294 
Bonnie Rosenblatt. 335 
Steve Rosenblum, 386 
Leslie Rosenthol. 294 
Jim Rosewater. 372 
Mike Rosiok. 386 
Patricio Rosing. 294 
Deam Roslas. 406 
Jonet Rosner. 335 
Barry Ross, 294 
Diane Ross, 319 
Kenneth Ross, 294 
Roxono Ross, 323 
Becky Rosser, 393 
Joe Rossetti, 408 
Claudia Rossi, 403 
Doug Roth. 370 
Kathleen Roth. 294 
Mncilyn Roth. 294 
Robin Roth, 325 
Slephono Roth, 294 
WilliomM. Roth. 240 
Caprice Rothe. 294,331 



Debbie Rothaus. 345 
Larry Rothman. 410 
Donna Rothschild. 351. 394 
Mary Rounsovell. 339 
Jay Routlieb. 390 
Marilyn Rowan, 294 
Curtis Rowe. 194, 203 
John Rowe. 294 
Carol Rubin. 295 
Peggy Rubin. 295 
Sue Rubin. 319 
Harold Rubinfeld, 295 
Elan Rubinstein, 412 
Kirk Ruddell, 295 
Judy Rudermann. 407 
Joan Rudmon. 295 
Stephonie Rudolph. 335 
Chris Rufer. 387 
Mrs. Dorothy Ruge, 351 
Steve Runk. 295,358 
Tino Ruppelt. 333 
Marty Rus. 382 
Rick Rusch. 372 
DrewRusnak. 386 
GinoRuss. 295 
Cherrie Russell. 394 
Joan Russell. 315 
Stephen G. Rustad. 130 
Koy Rustond, 295. 321 
Anne Rutherford, 295. 327 
Rebecca Rutkowski, 295 
Moryonne Rutowski. 325 
MorkRutter. 135 



Pot Ryan, 358 
Tim Ryan. 358 
Laurel Ryder, 295 
Denis Ryono. 295 




Karen Sabbath, 295 

Joyce Sokomoto, 401 

Jack Salyer, 378 

Veronico Somala. 295 

Alan Samuels, 295 

Joan Somuelson, 412 

Debbie Sandler, 319 

Sharon Sandetin. 295 

Jesse Sandoval. 408 

Mike Sonford. 220 

Mercedes Sontoyo, 295 

Linda Sopiro. 295 

Pomelo Sargent. 407 

Tim Sasaki, 405 

Condy Sato, 391 

Susan Sato, 295 

Edgar Satorius, 205 

Helen Satorius, 295 

Susan Saunders, 295 

Ed Souve, 364 

Manuel Savedra, 295 

Phil Sovenick, 123, 128 

Bob Sovluk, 376 

Judi Sax, 295 

Jim Soyre, 366 

Robert Sbordellati, 366 

Edward Sconnell, 296 

Jeonnie Schofer, 327 

Wendy Schoeffers, 407 

Janet Rose Schechter, 296 

Diane Scherer, 296, 341 

Leslie Schermer, 296, 312, 335 

Norm Schindler, 134 

Mary Schleifer, 353 

Judy Schlesinger, 351, 394 

Kristo Schmidt, 130, 296, 337 

Raymond Schmidt, 296 

Jeffrey Schneider, 296 

Mark Schneider, 382 

Marty Schneider, 382 

Gretchen Schnieders, 343 

Terry Schofield, 200, 203 

Richard Schol, 296 

Muriel Schoichet, 296 

Barry Schrieber, 296, 386 

Gory Schoboch, 296 

Bev Schroder, 331 

Sheryl Schroder, 341 

Debbie Schuffler, 319 

Jim Schug, 386 

Lucille Schulsler, 319 

Kothy Schultz, 296 

KrisSchultz, 345 

Roberta Schultz, 296 

Bill Schumon, 358 

Susan Schuster, 296 

Ted Elink-Schuurmon, 370 

Robert M. Schwob, 296 

Barbara Schwartz, 296 

Eileen Schwartz, 403 



Jackie Schwartz, 403 
Ronni Schwortz, 403 
Jose Schworz, 296 
Antoinette Scinocco, 296 
Peter Scolney, 296 
Carol Scott, 296, 349 
Jane Marie Scott, 296 
Sue Scott, 325 
Mork Scrote, 382 
Bob Scurich, 366 
Robert R.P. Scurlich, 296 
Doug Seapy. 380 
Noncy Seorles. 325 
Bob Seekatz, 374 
Robert Seekatz, 296 
Kelvin Sei, 296, 404 
Bill Seiberl, 200, 203 
MikeSeid. 413 
Lorenzo Sein, 395 
Moriko Seki, 409 
Ron Selgroth, 412 
Steve Seligmon, 370 
Lynn Sembler, 3 1 9 
Lucy Semeniuk, 345 
Denise Senzoki, 401 
Richard Sepic. 297 
Myrno Serofino. 333. 393 
John Seski, 297, 395 
Dick Sessler, 368 
Elaine Sevi, 407 
Mary Sewell, 345 
Mary Shafer, 297 
Mike Shafer, 390 
Joel Shallit. 297 
Mark Shank, 297 
Kothy Shonnon. 345 
Barbara Sharon. 297. 327 
Tom Shaver. 370 
Robert Show, 297 

Priscillo Sheets. 297. 353. 393 
Judy Sheff. 297 

Lindo Sheffer. 331 

Wendy Sheffers. 345 

Stu Sheldon. 125 

Howord Shempp. 372 

Lydio Shen, 297, 396 

Jim Shepner, 362 

Cathy-Jo Sheppard, 297 
John Sherman, 297 

Kyko Shibosaki, 390 

HorrietSheilds, 297. 341,393 

Richard Shields, 297 

Phil Shigemura. 297 

RoeShillmon. 317 

Perry Shimonoff. 297 

Sondy Shipmon. 333 

Susan Shoemoker, 331 

Alice Shotton, 297 

Noncy Shubln. 31 7 

Art Shurlock. 204 

Judity Shutts. 297 

Jonet Sieg, 297 

Jan Sieg, 329 

Michelle Siege!. 297, 335 

Sherry! Liembob, 297 

Michael Siener, 297 

Ron Silbermon. 387 

Morlene Silk, 297 

Terri Silk. 331 

Thomos Silk. 297 



Stephen Sillman. 298. 410 
Pam Silver. 345 
Joan Silverburg. 398 
Donno Silverman. 298 
Vince Silverman, 360 
Sy Silverstein, 382 
Suzanne Simmler. 298. 33 ! 
Dove Simmonds, 364 
Bob Simmons, 149 
Norton Simon, 240 
Diane Simons, 325 
Goil Simons, 298 
Gory Simons, 4 1 2 
Jim Sims, 208 
John Sinclair, 372 
Alison Singer. 298 
Susan Siraton. 351 
Morlene Sirkin, 298 
Kathy Sirotto, 351 
Bob Skelley, 372 
Paula Skillmon, 353 
Anthon Skirlock, 135 
Helen Skorin, 298 
John Slater, 370 
Rondy Sloughter. 370 
Gory Sloven. 298 
Morgo Slechto. 298 
Donna Sloan. 298. 333 
Suson Sloggett, 298 
Marsha Sloven, 298 
Regino Smolley, 298 
Debbie Smart, 327 
Doug Smart, 356 
Iro Smedro, 298 
Bruce Smiley, 382 
Carol Smith, 394 
Craig Morsholl Smith, 130 
Croig Smith, 408 
Don Smith, 386 
Donno Smith, 323 
Goyle Smith, 325 
Holly Smith, 399 
John Smith, 213 
Koy Smith, 399 
Kevin Smith, 364 
Lee Smith, 408 
Linda Smith, 298 
Rodney Smith, 298 
Scott Smith, 298 
Scott Smith, 374 
Sue Smith. 329 
Susie Smith. 393 
Susan Smith. 394 
Vincent Smith. 298 
William F. Smith, 240 
John Smoot, 360 
John Sandbrook. I 28 
Jeff Snop, 356 
Joseph Snider, 298, 387 
Mornie Snow, 298 
Chrisli Snyder, 337 
Christy Snyder, 345 
Karen Snyder, 343 
Ronald Snyder, 298 
Moryonn Sobolnick, 337 
Borry Sochot,.406 
Mike Soderberg, 362 
BortSokolow, 130.298 
Ellen Solinger, 298 
Gail Solo, 327 



Associate Professor Robert Losiewski — Zoology 



Avrom Solomin, 298 
Charles Solomon, 128. 130 
Morgery Somers, 299 
Margie Somers, 315, 393 
Drew Sones. 299 
William Soroky. 299 
Homid Soroudi, 299 
Meg Sotselh, 128 
Francesco Spoccia, 299 
Collen Spore, 413 
Steven Spear, 299 
Averyl Spearman, 317 
Bob Sperry, 406 
Sola Spiegel, 299 
Tod Spieker. 358 
John Spies, 410 
Lindo Spinardi, 394,407 
Emily Spindler, 331 
Ron Spire. 382 
Spookie. 368 
Sheldon Sroloff, 382 
Bob Srumpf. 387 
Jim St, Amour. 4 1 2 
Helen Stockier, 299 
Nancy Lynn Stafford. 333 
James Stoley, 299 
Gory Stomler, 404 
Janni Stomm, 3 1 7 
Mork Stan. 380 
Forrest Stanley, 299 
Jerrold Stonoff, 299 
Jone Stonsbury. 345 
Marie Stonsbury, 299 
Adrianne Stonton, 299,399 
Morionna Stopel. 299 
E. Allen Storczyk, 299 
Jeff Stork. 358 
Penny Starr. 394 
Hollis Stoven, 406 
Sandra Steffen, 299 
Sue Steidley. 345 
Linda Steinberg. 299 
Sonia Steinberg, 299 
Jerry Stenhjem, 368 
Steve Stephonou. 376, 390 
Nancy Stephen, 34) 
Karen Stephens, 386 
Jim Sterbentz. 376 
Karen Stern. 335 
Kenneth Stern, 299 
Paulette Stern, 335 
Sheldon Stern, 299 
Joan Stevens, 299 
Kent Stevens, 299, 368 
Rich Stevens. 299 
Lynn Stevenson, 329 
Elaine Stev/ort, 349 
Michol Stev^ort, 317. 393 
Ann Stiles, 299.339,393 
LindoStine. 300, 337, 393 
Jim Stinson, 368 
Stephanie Stolorz. 353 
Suson Stocker. 300 
DonStoll, 376 
Rito Stollomn, 300 
Nick Stoltz. 200 
Brion Stone. 387 
Morsho Stone. 300 
Thomas Stone, 300 
Dennis Storer. 183,215 



Bonnie Strochon. 300. 393 

Lorry Strohm, 376, 390 

Geoffry Strand. 208 

Nancy Strange. 337 

Crystol Strongman, 300 

Alon Stratford. 378 

Brenda Stratton, 300 

Chuck Stratton, 300 

Greeg Stratton, 300 

Jenny Straus, 300 

Carol Lee Strauss. 300 

Julian Strauss, 300 

Greg Sfrcyer. 405 

Mory Jone Stricklin, 300. 333 

Al Strong, 356 

Betsy Strong, 343 

Rick Strong. 405 

Edgor Stuart. 300. 387 

Steven Stuckey, 300 
MorkStull. 300, 395 
Trudi Sturgeon, 300, 339 
Mori Stylonides, 404 

Steve Su, 386 

Fernando Suarez, 378 

Norma Suffron, 353 

Jon Sullivan, 325 

Jeff Sultan. 300 

Janice L. Sumler, 300 

Janice Sumler. 393 

Debora Summitt, 300 

Liso Sump, 31 7 

Morina Sung, 300 

Ann Moureen Supple, 300 

Anne Supple. 345 

Adele Surfas, 414 

Gail Surlin. 300 

Bill Suso, 220 

Dove Sutton, 4 1 2 

Elaine Suyetsugu, 401 

Sharon Svendsen, 301 

Kothy Sv/ojian. 409 

Bonnie Sv^'on, 3 1 7 

Sherrill Swan. 301. 315 

Eric Swanson, 220 

Mory Swonson, 301 

Susie Swanson, 301 , 333, 393 

Cynthio Sworthout, 301 

Cotherine Sweet, 301 

Bill Swertfager, 360 

Kuet Swidlwe. 382 

Monty Swiryn, 387 
Suzi Sydenstricker, 393 



Tom Tabor 376 
Jiro Togowo 360 
Joyce Takahoshi 401 
Ruth Tokeda407 
Jim Tallorida 356 
Sharon Tomura 404 
Candy Tonny 386 
Shurvon Adrian Tang 301 
Groce Tanihoro301. 390 
Ross Tanner 386 
Tholio Taomoe 301, 391 
Gerold Tarlow 301 



Patrice Tarsey 399 
Beverly Tarumoto391 
Lowerence Tosh 30 1 
Jeanne Tashimo 301 
Bruce Taylor 362 
Jean W. Taylor 301 
Mike Taylor 301 
R. Ervin Taylor 301 
Cathy Teosdole 321 
John Teget 404 
Linda Tendas 301 
Bernie Teng 301 
Mark Tenner 301 
Joseph Teotico 301 
Venda Teroda 301 
Steven Geo Terooka 301 
Solomon Terfo 183 
Lynda Terry 393, 325 
Ston Terry 362 
Cathy Terzion 301, 400 
Carolyn Tessieri 301 
Zigy Teteris 406 
Miriam Teutsch 339 
Ed Teyber 386 
Saishat Thammopimul 301 
Bruce Thayer 374 
Richard Theis302, 366 
Rick Thierboch 364 
John F. Tholen 302 
Anne Thomas 302 
Carl Thomas 370 
Dorothy Thomas 389 
Mike Thomos 372 
Noncy Thomas 343 
Roberta Thomas 302 
Rochelle Thomas 333, 393 
Fran Thompson 347 
Kerry Thompson 327 
Mrs. Thompson 41 3 
Dinah Thompson 302 
Robert Thompson 302 
Nancy Thomson 302 
Leroy Thorton III 380 
Dove Thursdole 41 3 
Thomas Tice 302 
Al Tieger 412 
Albe Ting 388 
Polly Tinker 331 
Nancy Tinsley 341 
Lorry Tipton 412 
Gilbert Tokuhara 302 
Gil Tokuhara 386 
Jamie Tomie 302 
Vicki Tong 393 
Robert Toolen 302 
Bon Toolen 376 
Angela Tosti 323 
Suzonne Totsubo 302 
Herm Trabish 382 
Deborah Traeger 302 
Lucindo Trovis 302 
Chitra Trowphoibul 302 
Vic Trembloy 412 
Vic Tremble 362 
Phil Trinh302, 396 
Lowerence TripleM 302 
Joyce Trout 315, 393 
Meta Trout 331, 393 
Nordo Trout 128 
Stan Troutman 1 34 
Greg Truox 302 



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Professor Russel O'Neill - Engineering 



Avivo Truesdoll 302 
Egbert Tse 396 
Lowerence Tsien 302 
Diane Tsudoi 302 
Samuel Tsui 302. 396 
Diane Tsujimoto 302 
Gwen Tsurudo 302 
Janice Tsurutani 303 
Linda Tubbesing 341 
Michael Tucevich 303 
Larry Tucker 303 
Kay Tucker 319 
Robin Tucker 331 
Jim Tuggle 303 
Robert Tupoc 303 
Patricia Turkel 303, 335 
Tom Tullius4t2 
PamTully329 
Paul Tung 396 
Ellen Turner 337 
Ken Turner 1 25 
Tom Turner 406 
Judy Twillegor 327 
Victoria Tysdal 303 



Reed Ueda 303 

Martha Uhey 303 

Robert Underbill 303 

Clint Ung 386 

Linda Unger 303 

Ben Urabe405 

Ed Uriarte387 

Karl Uriond 303 

Mario Urrutto 386 

Linda Usier 303 

Lynn Utzinger 337 

Danny LJyeod 204 

Naomi Uyekowa 391 

AiloUyelubo 303 

Brendo Uyemura 333, 393 



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Richord Vagy 303 
Cindy Vail 339 
Nora Valdiviezo 303 
Gregory Valentine 303 
John Vollely 188, 203 
Bob Vanderet 368 
Robert Vanderet 303 



Vicki Van Dyke 317 

Virginio Van Osdel 347 

Dona Van MJnnen 303 

Peter Van Trigt 303 

Pele Von Irigt 358 

Cairo Varga 394 

Peter Vosilovich 303 

Tito Vasquez 228 

Percivol Voz303 

Borboro Veile303. 321, 393 

Arron Venouziou 304 

Ann Venskus 304 

Linda Vernon 325 

Terry Verndy 364 

Kris Vicklund333 

Olatunji Vidol 304 

Benny Vilorio 368 

Mary Vineyard 353 

Bob Vinnicd 304 

Pele Viri 404 

Leslie Visser409 

Marvin Vitaloe 236 

Kattiy Vlohokis 329 

Lee Vochko304, 317 

Mark Vogel 382 

Rondo Vogel 333 

Tom Vogel 405 

Bon Vogt 364 

Bill Von Vorst408 

Cynthia Von Der Embse 304 

Christine Von Essen 304 

Pauline Von Lennartz 304 

Greg Vorwerck372 

V^alland Vrboncic 304 

Charlotte Vroomon 128 

Marjorie Wykouk 304 

Morgie Vykouk 341 



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Jonet V^fache, 347 
Julie Wochi, 401 
Bill Woddell. 360 
Gail Wade. 304 
Tim Wade, 374 
Donna Wogner, 327 
Rick Wagner. 356 
Steven Wogner. 304 
Steve Wagner, 366 
Diana Wohl, 304 
Steve Wohl, 220 
Lindo Wakefield, 304 
Mike Welder, 387 
Caroline Walker. 345 
Creed Walker, 388 
Dee Dee Walker, 327 
Bob Walloce, 387 
Jeanne Wallace, 304 
Liz Wallace, 413 
Tricia Wallace, 329 
LindoWollin, 304, 333 
Tom Wollis. 408 
Kathy Wolowit. 304 
Gory Wolsh, 382 
Byron Walter, 413 
Richord Wolter, 304 
Janey Womsley, 325 
Paulette Wong, 404 



Cindy Word, 353 
Joel Word. 304 
Greg Worde, 386 
Virginio Wordle, 323 
John Wargo. 360 
Helen Warren, 34 1 
Noncy Woscoe, 3 1 7 
Pomelo Woss. 321 
Pom Woss, 393 
Faye Wotanabe. 304 
Irene Watanobe. 400 
Suzy Watanobe, 398 
Dean A. Wotkins. 240 
Kelly Watson, 341 
Pat Watts, 127,337 
Patricio Watts. 304 
Joy Wayne, 387 
Bill Weover,4l2 
Dave Webb. 358 
Jeff Weber. 128 
Paul Weber, 304 
Suzy Weber, 333 
Frank Webster. 304 
KM. Trip Webster, 204 
Trip Webster, 364 
Pot Wendell, 405 
Linda Wedding, 339 
Meredith Wegner. 407 
David Weil. 305 
Susan Weil. 305 
Josh Weinboum, 382 
Barbara Weinberg, 305 
Barboro Weinberg. 305. 407 
Beryl Weiner, 305 
Fred Weiner. 360 
Stephanie Weiner, 409 
Gail Weinger, 305 
Joshua Weinman. 305 
Janet Weinsteim. 407 
Joan Weinstein, 128 
Lov^rence Weinstein, 305 
Roy Weinstein, 386 
Sue Weinstein. 319 
Cathy Weir. 347 
Lynn Weirbach. 305 
Jane Weisberg. 400 
Shorrie Weisberg. 400 
Miriom Weisel. 305 
Mimi Weisel, 349 
Mark Weisenberg. 305 
Beryl Weiss, 305 
Gory Weiss, 382 
Donna Weisz. 130,394 
Vicki Welch, 337 
Lindo Wells, 305 
Barbara Welty, 393 
Suzonne Wendl. 329 
Chorlotte Wenke. 305 
Madeline Wenters. 321 
Ken Wernle, 412 
Kevin West. 305 
Deon Westly. 366 
Wendy Westover. 327 
Connie Westvig. 347 
Jonis Weyrauch. 333 
Dano Wheeler. 345 
Eileen Wheeler, 305 
Randy Wheeler, 368 
Dove Whitby, 380 
Nioll White. 408 



Lueroe Whiteing. 407 
Richard Whitton. 305 
Rich Whitton. 370 
Jessico White, 305 
Morionne Whyte, 305 
Jonean Wickham. 305 
Sidney Wicks. 196, 203 
Linda Wickstrom. 305, 339 
Goyle Wiegond, 407 
Josh Wienmon. 390 
Norm Wilcox. 405 
Jonice Wilder, 305 
Susan Wileman. 305 
Annette Wiley, 343 
Allan Wilion. 399 
John Wilkes. 358 
Terry Wilkes, 305 
Mike Wilkinson, 412 
Elliot Wilkow, 306 
Leslie Willey, 345 
Bob Williams, 410 
Kothy Williams, 345 
Oliver Willioms, 128 
Paulo Willioms, 329 
Robert Willioms, 387 
Steve Williams, 358 
Ron Williamson, 362 
Judith Willis, 305 
Michoel Willis, 306 
Mike Willis, 380 
BruceWillison, 306, 395 
Marilyn Willison, 306 
ElizobethWillner, 306 
Jim Willott, 306, 380 
Jock Wills. 410 
Rhonda Wilmoth. 353 
Bill Wilson. 405 
Kothy Wilson. 331 
Tom Wilson. 370 
Bill Winder, 362 
Debbie Winer, 409 
Bill Winslow, 382 
Susan Winslow, 306 
Mike Winston, 125 
Roberta Winston, 306 
Goyle Winting, 362 
Corolie Wintstein, 388 
Land H. Wipff, 130 
Art Wirght, 378 
Adelle Wiseley, 306 
Corole Wisemon, 306 
Carl Wisniewski, 366 
Peter Wissner, 306 
Steve Witt, 378 
Wendell W. Wilfer, 240 
Sharon Wolcz, 306 
Lindo Wolf, 327 
Winkie Wolfe, 333 
Andie Wolff, 394 
Janet WolH, 351 
Gail Wolven, 337 
Goil Wolvern, 394 
Anno Wong, 306 
Annette Wong, 306 
Frances Wong, 306 
Jennie Wong, 306 
Johnny Wong, 306, 396 
John Wong, 306, 380 
Korena Wong, 4 14 
Leora Wong, 401 



Lindo Wong, 306 
Richard Wong, 388 
Steve Wong, 306, 396 
Deirdre Woo, 393 
Joe Gong Woo, 366 
Dorothy Wood. 127 
Gail Woodward, 341 
John Wooden. 198, 202,203 
Kathleen Woodruff, 306 
Herbert Woods, 306 
J. Thomas Woods, 306 
Joan Woolwoy, 339 
Ross Worren. 356 
Vikke Wright. 325 
John Wright. 395 
Jonathan V/right, 306 
Mark Wright. 360 
Rosemary Wright, 307. 321 
Leslie Wroble. 387 
Anolee Wultkuhle. 307, 325 



Kelly Yagemann, 343 
Barbara Yomado, 39 1 
Gerri Yomoguchi, 400 
Geri Yomoguchi, 4 12 
Jeonne Yomoguchi, 400 
Michiki Yomone, 307 
Sally Yomashito, 307 
Mary Yomozaki, 307 
Kothryn Yancey, 307 
Suh-er Yang, 307 
Vinnie Chong-Jen Yong, 307 
SueYonker, 319 
Suenell Yonkie. 345 
Stanley Yono, 307 
Diana Yorber. 307 
Dinoo Yorber, 34 1 
Melonie Yasboor, 351 
Melonie Yosgoor, 351 
ZoeYoskiel, 404 
Howord Yoto, 307 
Elaine Yee, 307 
Lenoro Yee-Ling Chen, 4 1 4 
Chi-Ming Yeh, 307 
Hsien-Min Yeh, 307 



NoroYeh. 414 
Jackie Yip. 317 
Joanne Yoffee. 351 
Teresa Yokoyoma, 401 
Gary Yomantos, 360 
Nancy Joshihoro. 401 
Dennis Yoshikawa. 307 
Julio Yoshinogo. 401 
Jomes Yost. 307 
Beth Young. 325 
Bill Young, 376. 
Bob Young, 358 
Cathy Young, 127, 337 
Frank Young, 354 
John Young, 387 
Kori Young, 337, 1 35 
Ken Young, 410 
Robert E. Young, 307 
Steven Young, 307 
Wing Young, 307 
Sheila Yu, 396 
Susie Yu, 307, 396 
William Yue, 307 
Henry Yuen 
Henry Yuen. 396. 412 



John Zochelc. 232 
Howard Zoger, 307 
Greg Zoil, 220 
Joanna Zomberline, 321 
Pete Zonzot, 376 
Peter Zonzot, 307. 395 
Tom Zopoto. 374 
Mike Seomon. 308 
Mike Zeomon, 308 
Rockford Zee, 396 
Meridy Zeigler, 308, 393 
Judy Zeitz, 308 
Ron Ziff, 382, 390 
Amy Zimmerman, 308 
Sondy Zimmermon, 347 
Don Zimmering, 124 
Alan Zirgulis, 380 
Bob Zintgroff, 378 
Cathy Zogby, 135, 127 
PouloZollo, 409 
Jim Zrake, 376 



Photo Credits 

Dean Berkus- pages 1 8, 34, 90-95 

Lee Walczuk-pages 100-103 

Marvin Smith— pages 36-39 

Lane Wipff- pages 3, 10-15, 48-51, 98-99, 

104-113 
ASUCLA Photography, especially Gary 
Baker. Senior portraits by NormSchindler. 



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